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When You Get Too Far into the Weeds You Have to Break Out the Scythe

When You Get Too Far into the Weeds You Have to Break Out the Scythe

By A BMI Team Member

'Deep in the weeds' is an expression that goes by many names; head underwater, buried in work, up to your eyeballs, spread too thin, or, one that is especially familiar to those with restaurant experience, crashing.  Despite the many different ways of saying it, the various forms o...

09.14.22 4:22 AM - Comment(s)
We All Agree it is Important, So Why Don't We Do Anything About it?

We All Agree it is Important, So Why Don't We Do Anything About it?

By A BMI Team Member

Summer, believe it or not, is starting to draw to a close. September generally marks a return to routine, as schools open, vacations end, and the weather becomes less conducive to activity outside the home.  That is not to say that routine is a bad thing, nor to suggest that summer ending shoul...

09.01.21 9:43 PM - Comment(s)
If You Can't Stand The Heat, Do You Have To Get Out Of The Kitchen?

If You Can't Stand The Heat, Do You Have To Get Out Of The Kitchen?

By A BMI Team Member

A heat wave, at least in Canada, has resulted in some record temperatures and nearly unbelievable thermostat readings this past week.  With temperatures surpassing 40°C (that's 104°F for the American readers) and even getting as hot as 46° (114°F) where some of BMI's staff is, it is understanda...

07.02.21 9:11 PM - Comment(s)
You Can Beat A Dead Horse, But You Can't Make Him Drink

You Can Beat A Dead Horse, But You Can't Make Him Drink

By Jason

Among the Wellth team, there is a great affinity for the use of malaphors.  A malaphor is combining two common sayings together into a singular (and perhaps humorous) expression.  The title of this newsletter itself is the combination of, "you can lead a horse to water, but ...

06.01.21 10:07 PM - Comment(s)
The Low Code Manifesto

The Low Code Manifesto

By A BMI Team Member

Low Code is coming for your job.

  

Okay, probably not. In fact, I will argue here, Low Code will make your job easier and more satisfying. That's not to say it won't be disruptive or cause some pain, like any change, but on the whole it'll make the working lives of a lot of people...

04.21.21 12:55 AM - Comment(s)