1 - it is good the the environment. We re-use the shell of a wine cooler. Much better than recycling it.
2 - I am a health guy and love fresh herbs. When you buy at the grocery store, they are often old. And the quantity is not right so there is waste.
3 - I know what I grow is organic.
We tend to overestimate what we can do in a day and under estimate what we can do in a decade. I plan by the decade but break it down to the day.
I study success and know those who get furthest in life are long term.
From my friend Nick Collier:
Google “Don’t Eat the Marshmallow”! Among other things (books, articles) you will find hilarious videos of kids trying to resist temptation! Basically, it means “Don’t give up what you want most for what you want now!” Or put another way, do you have the ability to “Delay Gratification” for sufficient future reward? Most don’t! Most whenever they get an extra buck or pay raise instantly spend it, always allowing their standard of living (borrowing?) to rise to or above their income with nary a dime saved for a rainy day. The marshmallow test is to leave a 4 or 5 year old kid in a room alone with a marshmallow for 5 minutes after telling them that they can have TWO marshmallows if they can resist the temptation to eat the one in front of them for 5 minutes. Some can, some can’t. Studies show that the kids who have the ability to delay gratification go on to do much better in life.
I do not do politics but I am disturbed more than ever by world events. We need to stand firm in peace. Let good thrive. Do the right thing.
Story telling has always been a way to get things across. HBR wrote and article on the dark side of it.
I thought this video was inspirational. It is done in a storytelling way.