This simple exercise is powerful because it encourages us to learn and grow, instead of becoming frustrated or beating ourselves up over setbacks.
New to gardening? A common issue is deciding what to do when. Kansas Healthy Yards and Communities from K-State Research and Extension offers some advice.
Selling farm products to restaurants can be tough. But if the issues are dealt with, farmers find that the steady demand can turn their operations into profitable ventures.
There is certainly a time and place for backup plans. But not when it comes to big life goals!
Success starts in the mind. It cannot be manufactured through procedures. First we must know where we want to go. Then we must seek effective ways to get there.
What to write in your garden journal? Here are 50 ideas to jog your creativity, including something for every season.
Chances are, you are way farther ahead than you think. The next time you feel discouraged at your progress, use the simple 5x5 method to motivate yourself.
If you have time, don't wait for time. Timing is everything. Which philosophy is right? Or is there truth in both?
If you are an agripreneurial type with highway frontage and a family willing to welcome the public out to the farm, you may find that a U-pick operation is just what you are looking for.
SMART goals are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound. Sounds pretty safe, doesn't it? And that's exactly why SMART goals aren't so smart.