Posted on January 07, 2015 - about 5 years ago
I am just starting to get the value of "linked in". It is, as I understand it, a sort of a 'facebook' for those who are serious about business. There are rules...never would I post what I am making for supper on the linked in site...(but in case you are curious I have a meaty soup bone simmering on the stove, and will set the bread to rise sometime after dinner...), but by joining the groups that interest me, I'm finding all kinds of reading material to help me in my business and reconnecting...
Posted on January 01, 2015 - about 5 years ago
Council One On One
The people who make up Council and Administration of a community have one of the toughest jobs going. Many people who live in the community count on Council to do things that are really the job of the whole community. They are kind of like a group of goalies in a local rink hockey game. If the goalie plays great, the team gets the credit. If the team loses, the goalie gets the blame. If you live in small-town Saskatchewan and you want to see changes in the community, you need to change this. ...
Posted on December 23, 2014 - about 5 years ago
Getting Everything Ready
Well, Christmas is almost here, and I'm probably as excited counting down the days as the wee pajama-clad munchkins are, but for an entirely different reason. You see, January 1st for me marks a new beginning in my life. I'm going for it, and launching Solomon Matthewson Consulting. I consider this the next step in the continuum. I think I have something to offer. I've had a lot of help learning community development stuff. Aside from work in some of our southeastern communities I most ...
Posted on November 03, 2014 - over 5 years ago
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