Sunday, April 1, 2018

How to Be a Gardener or Urban Farmer: Three Excellent (and Free) Resources

"If you observe a really happy man you will find him building a boat, writing a symphony, educating his son, growing Double Dahlias in his garden." -- David W. Wolfe

Food for the body, enrichment for the soul... even a potential income source! Gardening can give you all of these, depending on how much time and energy you decide to invest.  In this article I share three great resources to help you get started with planning and managing your window box, your home garden, your urban farm or your "all-in" urban agriculture business. Enjoy!

Friday, March 23, 2018

Introducing the PDF Collection: Useful Tools and References To Go!

The PDF Collection: downloadable tools & references

My new PDF Collection is an eclectic bunch of free PDFs that I have published over the years.* There are four broad topic areas:  
  • General Interest (All sorts of useful stuff) 
  • Project Management 
  • Project Management Minimalism (See definition here)
  • Managing Instructional Design & Development Projects

Until a few days ago, these PDFs were scattered all over the place. As part of my recent website consolidation I've decided to pull them together in a single location so they are easier to find. 

Monday, March 19, 2018

Introducing My PM Resources Archives

As I noted in my previous post, my PM Resources site has been reorganized as an archived collection. And it's LOADED with good stuff on Project Management (PM), PM Minimalism, working with project teams, and more. You'll find links* to PM tools, videos, audios, position papers, references and pretty much anything and everything I've ever published. 

Here's an interactive Table of Contents:

Thursday, March 15, 2018

My Website Migration: And Then There Were Three

The One-Minute Version

All my new stuff is right here at ... WORTH SHARING
All my archived stuff is at ... PM Resources or 

I've closed down two websites ("The Best Free Training" & "Project Management FREEBIES") and I have frozen, but kept available in archived form, two websites ("Michael Greer's PM Resources" & "Inspired Project Teams (archived as "INSPIRATIONS"). I will continue to publish all my new articles, PDFs, podcasts, videos, etc. here at this website, Mike Greer's WORTH SHARING.

Click below to check out my other two sites: 

Go to Michael Greer's PM Resources Archives

Go to INSPIRATIONS... archives.

The Extended Version: Of Hackers & My Quest for Quality of Life

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Inspirations: An Archived Collection to Motivate & Bring Peace of Mind

Beyond Project Teams:
A Collection of Inspirations for Everyone

This month I've begun working in earnest toward the goal I set nearly 5 years ago with the birth of this website, WORTH SHARING. I've begun the formal archiving of all my legacy websites.

First to be wrapped up: my Inspired Project Teams collection. The podcasts and matching exercises presented at this site were always a bit too expansive for their nominal use as tools for project teams. While they certainly support project teams, they are also well-suited to encouraging the personal growth and peace of mind of any individual. Drawing on the wisdom of so many great philosophers and psychologists, it's inevitable that this collection would transcend the practical, team-based performance tools that I typically create.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Overwhelmed by Angst? “Spit on Your Hands & Get Busy!” (Including a Quick Start Guide to Banishing Angst)

An increasingly hostile planetary climate, political insanity and gridlock, random acts of violence and terrorism, economic uncertainty, the threat of nuclear conflict… There are plenty of real-life demons loose in our world to generate that immobilizing feeling of deep anxiety or dread that the German’s call angst. And we’re all likely to experience it from time to time.

But here’s the question: Will you be frozen in place and succumb to this angst or will you reach inside yourself and connect with your passion to meet the angst head-on and defeat it?
It’s my purpose here to motivate you, through the wisdom shared by a few great minds, to take action — and, through this action, to pull yourself out of your musty ol’ funk. In the process, you might just make the world a better place!

Friday, February 23, 2018

Quick-Reference PDF: A Dozen Free Google Apps to Keep Your Family or Team Organized

Okay. I admit it. I crammed my previous two articles (A Dozen Free Google Apps…) with a ton of info!  And I suspect that after you read all that stuff, your next step might be to go back and sort through the apps to figure out which would be most useful for your family or team. To help you keep them all straight, I’ve created a quick-reference summary you can use and maybe share and discuss with your group. Click here to get PDF.* Enjoy!
Click here to download the 5-page Summary PDF! *

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

A Dozen Free Google Apps to Keep Your Family or Team Organized [Part 2 of 2]*

Does your family or team have documents, photos,
plans & maps scattered all over the place?
Google’s free apps help you consolidate, share & get organized!

In Part 1 of this two-part series we described how your family or team might use Google’s Gmail, Calendar, Keep, Photos, Photo Scan, and Maps.  In this Part we’ll take a closer look at Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, and Contacts, as well as five bonus Google apps or services you might want to check out. 

Monday, February 19, 2018

A Dozen Free Google Apps to Keep Your Family or Team Organized [Part 1 of 2]

Does your family or team have documents, photos,
plans & maps scattered all over the place?
Google’s free apps help you consolidate, share & get organized!
Whether you’re trying to coordinate a virtual team or a far-flung family, you can easily reach the point where the “wisdom of the group” is scattered all over the place. One person has that photo everyone is looking for, while somebody else has the schedule in her calendar and other people have the invitations to the event and maps with directions to the venue. In short, working together or sharing family records and events can result in digital files and critical documents scattered all over the place!
The best way to bring order to this chaos is to get everyone connected with a common set of apps that allows the entire group to create, store and share their image files and documents using any device. And that’s exactly what the dozen free Google apps below are designed to do.

Friday, February 16, 2018

5 Things You Can Do to Get Positive Political Results in a Soul-Numbing, Negative Media World (w/ links to tools & resources)

Get your mind right, your facts straight… then get active!
It’s exasperating. All day, every day we’re pummeled with negative news story after negative news story. Then talking heads analyze and dissect these stories and project them into bleak, conflicting doom-and-gloom scenarios. Seeking refuge among friends on Facebook we are soon buried in their provocative memes and rants. And if we’re not careful, our phone calls and in-person meetings with friends and family slip into pointless stirring of a pot full of second-hand, media-inspired arguments.  Eventually all this this negativity can cast a shadow over both our waking and sleeping moments, leaving us feeling like helpless, defeated victims of elected representatives and political processes that we can’t begin to control. 
Now even though I’ve written much on techniques for finding peace of mind and taking positive action, I still struggle to practice what I preach. So I’ve decided to force myself, by writing this, to review some specific actions that we can all take to step out of the negative shadows and into the positive light.  May this review help us all move from helpless anxiety and anger to enthusiastic, rabble-rousing activism!

5 Specific Actions You Can Take to Rise Above the Negative and Get Positive Political Results

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Searching for a Picture: How a Camera in Your Hands Can Improve Your Vision*

“If you change the way you look at things,
the things you look at change.”
 – Wayne Dyer
Years ago I realized that the best thing about carrying a camera is that it helps me see the world as a series of zoomed-in, artfully-framed images. There’s something about that device in my pocket, with all its lens settings and editing tools and pixel-power, that keeps nagging at me. It keeps asking, “Now what do you see? What’s out there that’s amazing? … that’s beautiful?”  So instead of just walking along passively spaced out, I’m studying the landscape, squinting at the high branches of trees and peering into the corners of gardens and shorelines. I’m on a quest to discover soon-to-evaporate tableaus or strange objects or flowers or critters or fellow humans that deserve to be captured, immortalized and shared.

Monday, February 12, 2018

Ten Podcasts that Can Challenge You, Irritate You & Deepen Your Understanding of Current Events

The Trouble with The Truth

“The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.” — Gloria Steinem
Yes, the truth can most certainly piss you off. And, according to my experience, it can do so in two very different ways. First, and most painfully, the truth that you finally discover isn’t always what you had hoped to find. Sometimes that hero you admire or that deeply held belief turns out, upon further research, to be fraudulent or incorrect. Then you’re forced to make that most difficult of shifts: You have to admit you have been wrong. Aaarrgh!
The second way the truth can piss you off is that it is often time-consuming and difficult to pursue! Let’s face it: Paying attention to long, drawn-out discussions of complex issues can be challenging or even downright irritating. But here’s what your head knows and your heart despises: Truth sometimes comes wrapped in complexity. It shows up as a messy amalgam of nuanced cause-effect chains, educated guesses, bits of evidence, collections of dimly recalled events and seemingly unrelated threads that have to be fastidiously plucked and traced and squinted at until your patience is strained to the max. But despite what the sound-byte-driven politicians and cable news ranters try to tell us, there is frequently no “simple truth!” There is, instead, only a deeply layered conceptual lasagna that takes time to assemble, bake, consume and digest.

Who’s Got the Time to Search for Truth?

And who has the time to search for ingredients and then assemble and bake those layers of that truth-as-lasagna? Researching the truth, in all its nuanced glory, can be a full-time job. The good news is that there are some big-brained, highly-trained and patient journalists and investigative reporters who are willing and eager to put in the hours for us. They dig up, sift through and distill disparate facts into well-supported sets of conclusions. All we have to do is find these people and connect with their work. And that’s what the podcasts listed below can help you do.

Ten Podcasts for Truth Seekers

Friday, February 9, 2018

5 Enablers of Team Success: A Universal Set of Minimum Project Requirements*

Ever wonder what separates successful project teams from those that struggle or even fail outright? It’s a lot more than simply talent, energy and creativity. Without a solid enabling project infrastructure, even the best people can fail… or, at best, work needlessly hard in a project environment that fights them and saps them of their strength.
If you want to get the most out of your project team with the least amount of effort and frustration, you need five key enablers in place:
  • A specific target
  • A shared vision
  • A mutually acceptable process
  • Real team empowerment
  • Dynamic connections
And while your organization’s PM approach du jour may vary (i.e., Agile, Waterfall, Kanban, Scrum, Prince II, yatta-yatta…) these five enablers of success are universal. If they are in place, you’ll have a much greater likelihood of a happy, productive team that produces solid results. Let’s take a closer look at each.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

How to Get Comfortable Doing Nothing: 3 Simple Strategies*

Here I am practicing the fine art of doing nothing. No phone, no tablet, no chores!

Recently I came across this quote from Robert Louis Stevenson:
“… ‘something to do’ is a great enemy to joy; it is a way out of it; you wreak your high spirits on some cut-and-dry employment, and behold them gone!” from Stevenson’s Across the Plains
And then, while processing that bit of 19th century wisdom, my brain served up this mantra repeated by Dory, the little blue fish voiced by Ellen DeGeneres in Finding Nemo:
“Just keep swimming. Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming. What do we do? We swim, swim.”
From Dory’s perspective, movement — any movement — whether or not it makes sense or is productive, brings the illusion of progress and, in turn, provides a sense of meaning.

Monday, February 5, 2018

24 Must-Have, Everyday Workhorse Apps*

Top 24 apps (logos shown clockwise from 7 o’clock): Timely, Accuweather, Gmail, Podcast Addict, Google Voice, Google Hangouts Dialer, Hiya Caller ID & Block, Google Keep, SimpleMind, MindMeister, Floating Stickies, Google Docs/Sheets/Slides, Wunderlist, Google Maps, Feedly, Puffin, Xodo PDF, FBReader, Pocket, Google Photos, Fast for Facebook, Twilight, Atmosphere

If you’re like me, your mobile device (phone, tablet, etc.) is loaded with apps. In fact, I’ve just checked and discovered that I’ve got hundreds installed! And that left me wondering, “How many of these things do I need? Which of these do I depend on every day?”
After some reflection, I came up with a list of my “24 must-have, everyday workhorse apps.” Since I get so much value out of these, I decided they were worth sharing with you. They’re listed in the order that I typically use them throughout the day.

My Must-Have, Everyday Workhorse Apps

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Five Questions Every Team Must Answer and a Tool to Help*

Don't stumble all over each other!
Figure out who's doing what & to what degree they're doing it.

Five Key Questions for Any Project Team

Whenever a group of people get together to get something done, there are five role-related questions that should be asked immediately to focus their efforts and avoid wasting anyone's time:

1. Who's participating (helping) to get the job done?

2. Who's ultimately accountable for this? (i.e., Whose job is it to make certain that the work is completed?)

3. Who's reviewing the work to help make sure it meets technical, market, or other specifications?

4. Who's providing unique input or expertise at critical points in the project?

5. Who will be signing off on the intermediate and finished products to certify that the deliverables have been satisfactorily completed? (i.e., Who can tell us when we're finally, officially finished?)

Saturday, February 3, 2018

The Truth Finder: 3 Questions & Lots of Links to Help You Distinguish Fact from Fiction

Are you tired of trying to figure out what's true and what's a clever distortion or (worse!) an outright lie? I've put together a PDF to help you find the truth by asking 3 broad questions.  It includes links to some of the most reputable fact-checking websites and suggests ways you can construct your own custom-tailored truth-seeking web searches.  Enjoy!

Download the PDF w/links!

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Friday, February 2, 2018

Got Thinkus Interruptus? Here are 5 specific actions to clean up your cluttered consciousness.

The Problem: Fractured Consciousness From Interruptions Can Ruin Your Work & Your Relationships.

In his article in Fast Company, Edward Brown identified these hidden costs and morale-crushing consequences when people are repeatedly interrupted while working:
  • Productive time lost: 40%-60% (3 to 5 hours every day!)
  • Frustration from losing momentum and having to re-start work & "rebuild pathways... reassemble resources, thoughts, and readiness..."
  • Loss of energy, enthusiasm and work enjoyment
  • More errors, quality problems and time spent in re-work 
  • Distress and irritability from time lost and pressure to get back up to speed and on schedule
Worse, if you accept or respond to interruptions during family time or quality time with your significant other, you are essentially sending them this message: "The person interrupting me right now is more important that you are. This time we are spending together is not as valuable as this incoming message."

The Solution: Take Charge of Your Own Consciousness!

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Trouble sleeping? Twilight (Android) or Night Shift (iOS) can help!*

It's this simple: If you spend your evening hours looking at that beautiful bright screen on your tablet or smart phone, you're probably not getting the sleep you need. This summary from the Wikipedia article Effects of Blue Lights Technology explains:
"Natural exposure to blue light during the daylight hours boosts people's energy, alertness and mood, and elongated exposure to the waves transmitted through screen devices during the evening disrupts our circadian rhythms and sleep patterns and increases our risk for cancer, diabetes, heart disease and obesity. Scientists believe that the underlying cause may be linked to a decrease in the bodies’ production of melatonin."
So does this mean we have to stop using our devices after dark or risk serious health consequences? Not necessarily. We simply need to dim the screen and shift the light emitted to warmer, redder tones. I like to think of it as moving close to a cozy campfire after the sun goes down.
There Are Apps for That!

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Recipe for a Do-It-Yourself, Hands-on Project Management Basics Class for 10 Students: Under $500! *

Use this FREE PDF to design & build your own PM Basics Workshop!

Free Recipe for a PM Basics Workshop

The free PDF, pictured above, is a detailed "recipe" you can follow to create and teach your own customized, hands-on PM (project management) workshop. As the graphic shows, the PDF includes a detailed list of recommended class activities, specific pages in specific reference documents that include PM background information; PM job aids, templates, tools and guidelines; etc. The link-loaded tool will take you to specific video segments you can stream, for free, to help introduce each of the lessons to your group.

The PDF will help you build and teach a PM training session that is:
  • Designed for complete PM newbies!  (No project management experience or training needed.)
  • Designed to have you "create your own" locally-relevant case study or (even easier!) allow students to "bring their own" rough project concepts to be the basis of small-group (work team) activities.
  • Designed to teach "just enough" PM stuff to help your organization run its projects more efficiently. (And not so much PM stuff that it sucks the joy out of your projects!)
  • Designed to provide hands-on practice using PM job aids, tools, guidelines and other "take aways" that students can put to work, immediately, back on the job!
  • Designed to help you examine and improve your current PM (and related leadership) practices.
  • Guided by the scripted coaching tools in The PM Minimalist Mentor. So anyone -- even a first-time trainer -- can easily facilitate the hands-on events!

Using this recipe, you could create and present a training session that lasts a single day or as many as three days. It's up to you! It depends on how much time you want your teams to spend on each hands-on activity and how deeply you want to go into the management issues, obstacles, etc. that you face in your specific organization. But no matter how long it takes, the session is designed for lots of hands-on, activity-based PM engagement!

The Backstory: Why I'm Giving Away this Outline

For over three decades I've been building and teaching customized, on-site PM courses for organizations in many different industries. Now I realize that not everyone is able to spend several thousands of dollars to have me research, design, develop and present such a customize session. So for those of you on a tight budget, I've decided to provide this detailed recipe you can use to create your own customized, interactive, PM training session. And while the outline calls for the use of many of my pre-packaged PM Minimalist materials, you can certainly substitute your own PM references.

The Bottom Line: Teach 10 Students, Spend Less Than $500!

If you build the course according to the recipe above, you'll be able to give a solid, hands-on PM Basics training experience to up to 10 people for less than $500!! And in the process, trainees will learn to use some powerful PM tools, templates and processes that they can apply to any project.

The graphic below summarizes the materials you'll need:

 The Most You Can Spend to Teach PM to
10 Students Using the Recipe Above

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* Links marked with an asterisk (*) are subject to change. If you can't find the post you're looking for, email me at or try a Google search. Sorry for any inconvenience!

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Top Five Free Apps to Capture Ideas & Leverage Creativity*

Use these 5 free tools on all your devices
to capture ideas, then clarify & refine them!

Ever notice that some project teams seem more productive than others?  ... that some people are a constant source of creative leaps and great ideas?  So what's their secret? It's no secret. As I discussed in my book Worth Sharing...:
"... Everyone is creative... But why do some people seem to produce more creative output than others? The answer is they leverage their creativity.... nurture it... capture the shimmering bubbles that float into their consciousness [&] treat these like the magical gifts that they are... by employing some fairly mundane, everyday practices."  -- from 10 Simple Practices to Keep Your Creative Output Flowing
In this article, I share my favorite free, cross-platform apps and tools to automate the creative-insight-capturing techniques recommended in my book. And you can have all these tools available to you 24/7, on your smart phone, tablet, and computer. So whether you are at work or out hiking or shopping or just hanging around home, you can capture that inspiration on your phone or tablet without losing it. And when you're ready to expand, refine or finalize it, it's right there in the cloud, easily accessible from any device. The result: No more lost flashes of insight -- and a steady flow of creative output!

Friday, January 19, 2018

Media-Induced Ignorance & How to Neutralize It

The Problem: The Truth is Out There, But It Often Takes Time & Effort to Comprehend.

Here's an assertion that some might find irritating: Sometimes there is a right answer -- an accurate, defensibly true description of reality. And despite what bloggers, media talking heads and political candidates would have us believe, not everything is subject to debate!  
Unfortunately, however, that right answer -- that observable, provable truth -- usually isn't as emotionally engaging, as provocative, as fun or as easily packaged into one of those viral memes that get so much attention.  The graphic below illustrates the problem:

Are e-cigarettes safe? The simple, op-ed answer
(pick your favorite!): "Yes" or "No." The scientific,
but boring and hard-on-your-brain,
answer: "It's complicated..."

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Exercise Your Right Brain & Improve Your Life with Art Lessons from [Video Tour Included]*

(Go to my Video Tour on YouTube)

Connecting with the arts isn't just for art students. It can improve anyone's health and well being.

In Make More Art: The Health Benefits of Creativity (, James Clear writes: "... the process of making art -- whether that be writing, painting, singing, dancing, or anything in between -- is good for you... There are both physical and mental benefits from creating art, expressing yourself in a tangible way, and sharing something with the world."

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Why I Use Google Photos, not Facebook, to Share Photos

After hearing Mike Elgan, Tech News Today news director, complain several times about Facebook's policy of shrinking -- and vastly reducing the quality of -- uploaded photos, I decided to see for myself what was going on.

So I did an experiment. I uploaded a photo to my Google Photos account and then uploaded the same photo to my Facebook account. Each service uses its own file reduction algorithms to shrink photos before they are finally stored. Next, I downloaded the Facebook-stored photo and the Google Photos-stored photo and opened them in my computer's photo viewer. I then compared the technical quality of the photos, based on the "info" revealed (file size & pixels).

The annotated images below show the results.

Monday, January 15, 2018

5 Specific Steps to Get Your Physical Therapy "Tune-Up" (2 of 2)*

In the previous article (1 of 2), I reviewed "5 Reasons Everyone Should Get a Regular 'Tune-Up' from a Physical Therapist..."

In this article, I'll show you exactly how to manage your medical team to get -- and make the most of -- that PT (physical therapy) tune up.***

Worksheet: 5 Specific Steps to Get Your PT "Tune Up"

Sunday, January 14, 2018

5 Reasons Everyone Should Get a Regular "Tune-Up" from a Physical Therapist (1 of 2)*

Physical Therapists at Work (via Wikipedia article)
[Caveat: I'm not a medical professional. I'm just an ordinary guy who's received lots of benefit from periodic visits to physical therapists. So I hereby share the goodness! - MG]

In my view, getting physical therapy (PT) should be similar to going to the dentist:
  • You should go at least every couple of years for a "tune-up."
  • The PT visits should be matched by your own daily maintenance routine.
  • This daily maintenance routine should be custom-tailored by the PT experts to address your aging body's unique anomalies -- especially those requiring immediate preventative maintenance actions.
At the end of this article, I'll share a few of my own specific medical conditions that were effectively treated by periodic PT. For now, consider this list of general benefits of regular interactions with a PT professional as we age:

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Five Benefits of Prototyping -- DO try this at home!

"So let's try one & see how it goes."

Building prototypes is a mainstay of formal PM (project management) practice.

The reason? It just makes sense to test something out on a small scale and make sure it works before you commit a large amount of effort or money to the finished product. And while I've seen how well prototyping works in my business life, I hadn't had much opportunity to apply it to my home life -- until recently. That's when we were able to put the power of prototyping to work in two complicated (and potentially expensive!) home improvement projects.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Worth Sharing: On PMBOK, Post-It Notes, Dog Pooh, Project Post Mortems, Meditation, Sign-offs, Pelicans & ADHD

The book no publisher would touch!
Read all 300+ pages online, for FREE!!

What do PMBOK, Post-It® Notes, dog pooh,project post-mortems, meditation, formal project sign-offs, pelicans and self-induced ADHD have in common? Two things:

1. They are just a few of the topics examined in my new book, Worth Sharing: Essays & Tools to Help Project Managers & Their Teams.
2. They are topics so diverse that no commercial publisher would ever allow themto be combined into a single book! So, with the help of some do-it-yourself tools at Pressbooks.comI published it myself. — You can read all 300+ pages online for free or get your own copy from Amazon/KindleBarnes & Noble/NOOKKobo/epub/iOS version or Amazon’s createspace (hard-copy/paperback)*.

An Overview of the Book

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

A Lesson from the Humble Pelican: Find Your Unique Mission, Then Soar!

 "A funny old bird is a pelican.
His beak can hold more than his belican..."
-- Dixon Lanier Merritt

I guess I've always had a mild obsession with pelicans. Living a few miles from the ocean and wetlands most of my adult life, I've had the chance to see pelicans in all shapes and sizes -- brown and gray and even the occasional white ones.

Once I spot them, I can't take my eyes off them. They soar the updrafts like modern-day pterodactyls, giant wings motionless and outstretched, heads tucked in, long necks disappearing completely. Or they adopt the same glide posture to skim blazingly fast along the water, just inches from the surface, hitch-hiking on an ocean breeze.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Clarisketch: Narrate & Annotate Pictures for Teaching or Team Collaboration

 (Screenshot from the Google Play store)

Everyone needs this free app! While it's true that "a picture is worth a thousand words," it's also true that sometimes you need to add some narration or draw some highlights to really amp up the value of the picture. And that's what this free app is all about! My video demo below explains:

Clarisketch helps you make little video-like presentations based on your own photos. And it's an invaluable tool for:

Monday, January 8, 2018

Free Management eBooks: A Comprehensive Collection of References and Tools for Managers [links]

If you’re a busy new manager, struggling to keep your organization running smoothly, the last thing you need is a time-consuming class filled with esoteric management theories.

In fact, you need just the opposite. Your dream-come-true would be to have your own, private management expert available on “stand-by” so you can get quick answers to the problems you encounter, as you encounter them. And you’d want these answers to be highly-focused, succinct and immediately usable.
Can’t afford to have that expert on stand-by? Then Free Management eBook’s collection of free ebooks and tools is the next best thing!  

Here’s what makes this collection so great: 

Saturday, January 6, 2018

The Why & How of Vegetarian Eating: A Self-Study Guide*

According to a growing body of research, as well as the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicinea vegetarian diet can:
  • Prevent cancer
  • Prevent heart disease
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Prevent and reverse diabetes
  • Reduce gallstoneskidney stones and osteoporosis
  • Reduce asthma symptoms *
Given this amazing list of health benefits, shouldn’t you at least consider becoming a vegetarian? In this post I’ve pulled together a bunch of links to articles, videos and other resources from respected sources to help you learn more and decide for yourself.