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  • 3 ways to get more profit from your best asset. | Target Focus Website
    ianhandcock Passion about Farmer wellbeing Personal coach View all posts by ianhandcock This entry was posted in Uncategorized Bookmark the permalink 3 ways to get more profit from your best asset Are you setting yourself up for success Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going FREE 12 page Sharemilking Report Getting back on track Pasture Focus Philosophy Categories Categories Select Category Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Motivaton Self motivating workplace Summer Uncategorized Weekly farm report wellbeing Follow me on Twitter My Tweets Blogroll Discuss Get Inspired

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  • dairy farming | Target Focus Website | Page 4
    on November 6 2012 by ianhandcock With the pressures of dollar fluctuations low commodity prices rising compliance and fixed costs coupled with weather extremes affecting farmers it is a good time to talk about resilience The more resilient you are the quicker you will recover from crisis Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Tagged agriculture coaching dairy farming energy farmer wellness farming focus Gurney inspiration motivation new Zealand resilience sharemilking stress winning Leave a comment Mindset 5 things to condition yourself to reduce stress Posted on October 17 2012 by ianhandcock There is a natural cycle in Dairy farming that if understood would stop a lot of unneccessary stress and disputes on farms There are always outside factors that contribute to stress but there are also controllable factors that gnaw away at farmers at Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged agriculture coaching cows dairy farming farmer wellness farming mindset new Zealand people stress Leave a comment Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get

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  • farmer wellness | Target Focus Website | Page 4
    6 2012 by ianhandcock With the pressures of dollar fluctuations low commodity prices rising compliance and fixed costs coupled with weather extremes affecting farmers it is a good time to talk about resilience The more resilient you are the quicker you will recover from crisis Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Tagged agriculture coaching dairy farming energy farmer wellness farming focus Gurney inspiration motivation new Zealand resilience sharemilking stress winning Leave a comment Mindset 5 things to condition yourself to reduce stress Posted on October 17 2012 by ianhandcock There is a natural cycle in Dairy farming that if understood would stop a lot of unneccessary stress and disputes on farms There are always outside factors that contribute to stress but there are also controllable factors that gnaw away at farmers at Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged agriculture coaching cows dairy farming farmer wellness farming mindset new Zealand people stress Leave a comment Older posts Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get

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  • new Zealand | Target Focus Website | Page 4
    DECISION OPENS GATE FOR FARMERS TO TAKE MONEY Posted on October 10 2012 by ianhandcock By upholding an appeal by a convicted farmer High Court judge J Venning has opened the gate for farmers to direct sharemilkers funds into their own personal accounts and have free use of the money because they have a claim Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged 50 50 agriculture arbitration conciliation dairy dispute farmer wellness farming federated farmers Fonterra high court lessons new Zealand people rural Sharemilker Leave a comment Are you setting yourself up for success Posted on October 1 2012 by ianhandcock Are you setting yourself up for success with your personal and professional life There is a quote I read somewhere recently that goes the answer is yes the question is how and that pretty well sums things up The press Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged agriculture burnout coaching dairy farmer wellness farming lessons life motivation new Zealand people stress Leave a comment Older posts Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry

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  • Fonterra owes a duty of care to sharemilkers | Target Focus Website
    against them Tell me of another industry where this type of behaviour occurs Ian Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Like this Like Loading About ianhandcock Passion about Farmer wellbeing Personal coach View all posts by ianhandcock This entry was posted in Farmer Wellness Farming and tagged conciliation farming Fonterra milk new Zealand Sharemilker Bookmark the permalink Fine line between getting it right or wrong Sunshine at last Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going FREE 12 page Sharemilking Report Getting back on track Pasture Focus

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  • agriculture | Target Focus Website | Page 3
    reduce stress Posted on October 17 2012 by ianhandcock There is a natural cycle in Dairy farming that if understood would stop a lot of unneccessary stress and disputes on farms There are always outside factors that contribute to stress but there are also controllable factors that gnaw away at farmers at Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged agriculture coaching cows dairy farming farmer wellness farming mindset new Zealand people stress Leave a comment HIGH COURT DECISION OPENS GATE FOR FARMERS TO TAKE MONEY Posted on October 10 2012 by ianhandcock By upholding an appeal by a convicted farmer High Court judge J Venning has opened the gate for farmers to direct sharemilkers funds into their own personal accounts and have free use of the money because they have a claim Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged 50 50 agriculture arbitration conciliation dairy dispute farmer wellness farming federated farmers Fonterra high court lessons new Zealand people rural Sharemilker Leave a comment Older posts Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The

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  • Sharemilker | Target Focus Website | Page 3
    2007 Coromandel farming Fonterra milk Sharemilker Tauranga District court Leave a comment Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going FREE 12 page Sharemilking Report Getting back on track Pasture Focus Philosophy Categories Categories Select Category

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  • Target Focus Website | People first focus to get the most out of farming. | Page 6
    answer lies in keeping your mind body conditioned so when workloads do increase there is not a sudden demand shock to your system Here are 5 things you can do to help you stay stress free Keep physically and mentally fit Walk behind the cows to the shed If necessary get dropped off at the paddock gate There is nothing more therapeutic than being with animals They always listen to what ever you have to say Keeping Busy and Being Busy are 2 different things do not get confused Use time wisely Do weeds and small jobs while the cows walk to the shed This will free up weeks of time that you spend fluttering around keeping yourself busy It is ok to have nothing to do Think big picture when you deal with your staff Are all the targets being hit Are your staff fresh or do they need a bit of glide time Address issues at the appropriate time and place when you have cooled down Free up a day a month for you and your staff to get off farm for a hack at golf or a fish or a shed BBQ Learn to enjoy your teams company because they are the people you have hand picked to make you money and help you reach your goals Always remember that Plan Identify what needs to be done and what is not so important Who can you ask for help What can you do youself What can you delegate Never underestimate the free thinking ability of those around you to find solutions Last and most important listen to those you love Sometimes it takes time to relax and laugh again if you have been under stress Value what is most important to you and that is your family They will always support you whatever the circumstance so listen to what they are saying Share this with those who you think may be under some pressure and those you care about Best wishes Ian Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Like this Like Loading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged agriculture coaching cows dairy farming farmer wellness farming mindset new Zealand people stress Leave a comment HIGH COURT DECISION OPENS GATE FOR FARMERS TO TAKE MONEY Posted on October 10 2012 by ianhandcock By upholding an appeal by a convicted farmer High Court judge J Venning has opened the gate for farmers to direct sharemilkers funds into their own personal accounts and have free use of the money because they have a claim of right to do so In July 2012 Lance Maxwell Burt was sentenced for using a computer for a dishonest purpose when taking sharemilkers funds for his own company s use High Court Judge Venning agreed with District Court judge Wolff that Burt acted dishonestly but ruled that the farm owner was entitled to the funds because he thought he had a claim of right to the money even though the contract clearly directs the money to

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