Corporate incentive plan? A good employee deserves a great RETIREMENT GIFT hammock so here you GO!As a gift this will send a message of genuine for real appreciation. A professionally hand crafted hammock, NOT a cheapy import, assembly line fake, sends a message of genuine, team building, personal concern, “I appreciate YOU” message. This level of communication is what keeps good people with your company.
When looking for a way to say “Thank You” to special employees, business associates, vendors of excellence, or all those secretaries that never let you down: consider well the gift of relaxation/a Hammock.
I have heard the comment: “If I had a hammock I would never get anything done.” This is absolutely, without a doubt a serious error in thought process, quite likely brought on by too much stress caused by production demands with raised levels of difficulty, due to…. Lack of time/investment in a good plan/strategy.
In my experience, I have accomplished the very best strategy and planning sessions in a hammock: taking a break from the task at hand to contrive a better blueprint to attain goals faster, easier and cheaper. This has worked well for me, more than once and that is no bull chip. Available work force labor allocations, telephone contacting with clip board, prioritizing goals and renovating scheduling are all tasks easily or best managed horizontal. If you try it you will like it. And it PAYS!
Ok,Ok I know that sounds like retail jaw banging so lets go to what I think we all agree is the higher authority.
John Steinbeck as quoted from:
“The Log from The Sea Of Cortez” Penguin books/buy it.
“After collecting on Coronado Island and the preservation and labeling of specimens we found we were very tired. We had worked constantly. On the morning of the 28th we slept. It was a good thing, we told ourselves; the eyes grow weary with looking at new things; sleeping late ,we said, has its genuine therapeutic value; we would think better for it and we would be able to work more effectively. We have little doubt this is true, but we wish we could build as good a rationalization every time we are lazy. For in some BEASTLY way this fine laziness has got itself a bad name. It is easy to see how it might have come into disrepute, if the result of laziness were hunger. But it rarely is. Hunger makes laziness impossible. It has even become sinful to be lazy. We wonder why. One could argue, particularly if one had a gift for laziness, that it is a relaxation pregnant with activity, a sense of rest from which directed effort will arise, whereas most busyness is merely a kind of nervous twitch. How can such a process have become a shame and a sin? Only in laziness can one achieve a state of contemplation which is a balancing of values, a weighing of oneself against the world and the world against itself. A busy person cannot find time for such balancing. We do not think a lazy man can commit murders, nor great thefts, nor lead a mob. He would be more likely to think about it and laugh. And a nation of lazy contemplative men would be incapable of fighting a war unless their very laziness were attacked. Wars are the activities of busy-ness/business. A good and leisurely state of mind had come over us which had nothing to do with the speed and duration of our work. It is very possible to work hard and fast in a leisurely manner, or to work slowly and clumsily with a great nervous ambition.”
This attitude may not reflect the current corporate culture but it’s coming on strong in architecture, science, art and agriculture and it really does work very well, and that is no bullshit.
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The only thing wrong with devising the perfect plan is you never know when it’s finished and an hour in a hammock adds a day to your life. Do the math. You get the picture.