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Jolene Brown: the Importance of Advocacy

Today on PinkTractor.com, Michele Payn-Knoper talks to Jolene Brown about the importance of advocacy! You may recognize Jolene from her tips and advice on farm family business but today we dig a little deeper on Jolene's opinions on why you should shar...

Jolene Brown: Maintaining Your Family Business

Jolene Brown joins us today to discuss maintaining your family business. (it's as important as maintaining your equipment!) Watch the video below to find out why it's vital to take good care of your business to avoid breakdowns, just like you do with y...

Jolene Brown: Relationships

Jolene Brown joins us to discuss relationships within your family business and outside in the community! Jolene Brown, CSP Jolene Brown is a farmer, professional speaker, author and champion for the family owned business. She's from West Br...

The Reality of Feeding the World

Jolene Brown joins us to discuss the reality of feeding the world from farms in the United States.  Jolene Brown is a farmer, professional speaker, author and champion for the family owned business. She's from West Branch, Iowa, USA, and travel...

Let the Laughter OUT!

One of my most popular presentations, "Who's Hiding the Humor?" shares a celebratory time wrapped in laughter. Throughout the fun-filled 45 minutes, those in agriculture also learn a critical skill - the ability to keep a positive perspective and enjoy...

Thanksgiving Means Giving Thanks!

…"Heck no! Why should I support the work of the farm when no one appreciates me?" …. "Respect? No! Expect! I'm just expected to go along with everything the farm wants or needs. What about what I need? What our family needs? What about filling me in...

Jolene Brown: The Gift of Learning

Jolene Brown joins us today to talk about the gift of learning. As 2014 comes to an end, we have an opportunity to look back and see what we have learned this year and what we have yet to learn! Jolene Brown is a farmer, professional speaker, a...

Tick Tick Tick

12 months - 365 days - 8,760 hours - 525,600 minutes.  Where did the year go?  How much of that time was consumed by weeds, seeds, breeds, feeds, technology, machinery, money and marketing?  How much of that time was shared with spouse, children, rela...

5 Questions to Answer on Your Farm's Legacy

As I work with families wanting to build a legacy business, I have many questions. It's paramount to clarify the intent and commitment of the asset owners. It's paramount they train and choose wisely who would respectfully and passionately continue the...

On a Mission About a Mission

When I accepted a very special award from my speaking peers acknowledging and honoring my years of value as a professional speaker, I chose my "thank you" words carefully.  The room that night was packed with attendees who knew very little about today...

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The Need for a Buy-sell Agreement

Wills may be changed on a whim. Why you need a buy-sell agreement.

 
The Reality of Feeding the World

Jolene Brown joins us to discuss the reality of feeding the world from farms in the United States.

 
On a Mission About a Mission

Jolene Brown discusses the challenge and mission of being farmers who feed the world.

 
Silence is not Golden

Why silence isn't golden and why there is no resolution unless there is a conversation, followed by action.

 
Five Tips on Finding Good Advisors

Jolene Brown on getting the right people for your business and your families - five tips on finding good advisors. 

 
Women Leaders in the Agri-Workplace: Communication from the Farm to the Firm – Part II

Dr. Lauren Ledbetter Griffeth shares two basic tips to up your communication game from the farm to the firm. Part 2 of 2.

 
Women Leaders in the Agri-Workplace: Communication from the Farm to the Firm – Part I

Understanding the way women communicate and understanding your management style will take you much further in the agri-workplace. Part 1 of 2.

 
Farm Security Plan

If you run any business, you have to plan for the future. Now is the perfect time to plan the year ahead and beyond.

 
Being a First Time Farm Girl

On a farm, the best way to learn it is by doing it. Payton tells us her tips on learning as a first time farm girl!

 
9 Life Lessons Everyone Can Learn From A Farmer

Being a farmer is more than a job, it's a way of life. It's a way of life that's full of life lessons! Here are 9 life lessons everyone can learn from a farmer!