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Winter Manure Application Options

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A Plan to Stick Together

Karl Bradley ·
"So much of what we call management consists of making it difficult for people to work." -Peter Drucker We never really get clarity, we're always seeking it. Here are some points of clarity to help bring people together because... "We don't have to do it all alone...we were never meant to." -Brene' Brown Leadership vs Management Let's stop calling leadership, management & management, leadership. Management is for resources, leadership is for people. The Scarcity of Time When a critical...
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The choice of success...

Karl Bradley ·
Do you choose to succeed? Successful people very often believe they're doing what they're doing because they choose to...not because they have to. They are committed, not simply compliant. This is normally a positive belief. Here's the issue... The more committed we are to anything, the harder it is for us to admit it's not working. This is very difficult for any successful person who's committed, chose to do it and who's heart & soul is in it. It's great to believe we're committed. It's...
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Re: Going the distance: considerations for the use of manure pipelines

Aaron Weibe ·
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Join Us for a Move Your Way® Webinar: The Physical Activity Guidelines in Action!

Holly H. McPeak ·
Register now: On April 27 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. ET, we’ll host an informational webinar highlighting success stories and lessons learned from select Move Your Way pilot communities. Join the conversation and learn about effective strategies from our pilot communities for using Move Your Way community resources.
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The "Doctor" is in!

Karl Bradley ·
Sport provides such fertile ground for life lessons. There is immediate feedback constantly. You made the shot or missed it. You completed the pass or it was incomplete. You won or lost. The scoreboard is just the start to all the statistics. AND... Since we can't participate and evaluate at the same time, there's always a coach. One of my favorite coaches is Glenn "Doc" Rivers in the NBA. In a Netflix series called " The Playbook " he and 4 other amazing coaches give us their take on " A...
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Invitation to participate in a feedback session about the Move Your Way campaign

Holly H. McPeak ·
The HHS/Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) is looking for participants for an upcoming feedback session about a new resource they’re developing. They are looking to talk to representatives from local health departments or other community organizations who aren’t yet familiar with the Move Your Way campaign to participate in a one-on-one feedback session. The sessions will be held the week of June 6th remotely via Zoom, a video teleconference platform and will last...
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Join Us for a Webinar on the Impact of the Move Your Way Campaign!

Holly H. McPeak ·
Move Your Way® is the promotional campaign for the second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans . It aims to help people of all ages and abilities find safe, fun ways to get active. On April 26 from 2 to 3 p.m. ET , we’re hosting a webinar titled How Move Your Way Impacted Physical Activity Outcomes in Communities Across the United States . In the webinar, we’ll share how ODPHP worked with pilot organizations in communities across the country to implement the campaign,...
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New Video: Get to Know the Move Your Way Campaign!

Holly H. McPeak ·
Posted May 25, 2023 by ODPHP In 2018, ODPHP created the Move Your Way® campaign to promote the second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans . Now we’ve created the Get to Know the Move Your Way Campaign video to provide helpful information about Move Your Way and how community organizations can use it. The new video outlines the guiding principles of the campaign, shares the Move Your Way resources available to organizations, and includes testimonials from 3 community...
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Increasing Physical Activity Among Older Adults Webinar with HHS/ODPHP

MelaniePugsley ·
Increasing Physical Activity Among Older Adults August 16th, 2023 2 - 3 PM ET Register Here This webinar will introduce the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Midcourse Report: Implementation Strategies for Older Adults and summarize key strategies to increase physical activity among older adults. Additionally, this webinar will highlight Move Your Way® resources that Extension professionals can use to promote physical activity in their work. Register at the link above to receive a...
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Increasing Physical Activity in Older Adults: Implementation Strategies for Older Adults Webinar Recap

MelaniePugsley ·
The Extension Foundation recently hosted an webinar with the HHS to discuss and summarize key strategies to increase physical activity among older adults! Leading this webinar were Bianca Macias and Malorie Polster, representatives from the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion to relay the results of the Midcourse report. The focus of the webinar was a review of the "Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Midcourse Report: Implementation Strategies for Older Adults," along...

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