L Powell Kitchen Island – Designed To Serve Multiple Purposes

By | April 17, 2018

Tough most of us would love to cook a wonderful three course meal for our family and friends, the very thought of the long hours of cooking and cleaning puts us off. Unfortunately, dinner parties at home are also becoming a rarity. Cooking for large groups does present a lot of challenges. However, a convenient kitchen can make the task at hand really easy.

To really speed up your work pace in the kitchen, a simple kitchen island cart in your kitchen can do the trick. The L Powell Kitchen Island from NFM is a lovely yet practical piece of wooden furniture meant for your dream kitchen! This traditional kitchen island offers you a stationary base that is sturdy and durable unlike other ordinary kitchen carts.

Factors that make the L Powell Kitchen Furniture so useful are aplenty. Ample storage space gives this piece of furniture an upper hand. You no longer have to run back and forth to fetch everything. The 2 spice racks on the sides can accommodate at least 10 spice canisters. The tough granite top is the highlight. Not only does it enhances the appearance, but also provides space for chopping veggies.

There is nothing to beat the divider organizer and knife block that comes in the L Powell Kitchen Island. Not just that, the 2 towel bars will let you keep those handy towels by your side! Pots, pans, canned tins, wine bottles, or cook books, the L Powell Kitchen Island with 3 drawers and 3 adjustable shelves allows you to store almost anything.

Even without the features, this kitchen island still manages to rank high owing to its looks. Finished in black with a natural finished top, the traditional kitchen island brings about an antique feel that is appropriate for a country style kitchen.

Don’t worry if you lack fancy storage equipment in your kitchen. Just buy the L Powell Kitchen Island from NFM and take pleasure in cooking!


Product Description

Colin Powell, one of America’s most admired public figures, reveals the principles that have shaped his life and career in this inspiring and engrossing memoir.

A beautiful companion to his previous memoir, the #1 New York Times bestseller My American Journey, Powell’s It Worked for Me: In Life and Leadership is a trove of wisdom for anyone hoping to achieve their goals and turn their dreams into reality.

A message of strength and endurance from a man who has dedicated his life to public service, It Worked for Me is a book with the power to show readers everywhere how to achieve a more fulfilling life and career.

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A Note from Colin Powell on It Worked for Me

I love stories. In the course of my career I gathered a number of them that mean a lot to me. Most come from my military life. I was in the military from age seventeen as an ROTC cadet until I was a retired GI at age fifty-six. Others came from my service as Secretary of State and as National Security Advisor. Yet others came to me as I wandered through life. In this book I want to share with you a selection of these stories as well as experiences that have stayed with me over the years. Each one of them taught me something important about life and leadership. Some of the stories deal with serious aspects of my life, including some of the controversial issues I was involved in during my tenure as Secretary of State. There are also humorous stories from my life as well. I offer them to you for whatever use you may wish to make of them.

The first part of It Worked for Me explains my Thirteen Rules, which have been bouncing around since they were first published in Magazine over twenty years ago. These are rules that I have gathered over the years and to which I’ve adhered in my career.

CLP's Thirteen Rules:

  1. It ain't as bad as you think. It will look better in the morning.
  2. Get mad, then get over it.
  3. Avoid having your ego so close to your position that when your position falls, your ego goes with it.
  4. It can be done!
  5. Be careful what you choose. You may get it.
  6. Don't let adverse facts stand in the way of a good decision.
  7. You can't make someone else's choices. You shouldn't let someone else make yours.
  8. Check small things.
  9. Share credit.
  10. Remain calm. Be kind.
  11. Have a vision. Be demanding.
  12. Don't take counsel of your fears or naysayers.
  13. Perpetual optimism is a force multiplier.

The rest of the book focuses on everything from the importance of really knowing who you are and how to always be yourself to why I put an emphasis on knowing and taking care of others, especially those who are your followers. I go into my experience in the exploding digital realm that has reshaped the world and our lives. I talk about how to be a great manager and a great leader. I give no conclusions or recommendations, just my observations. The chapters are free-standing. You can read them straight through or jump in anywhere. Everyone has life lessons and stories. These are mine. All I can say is that they worked for me. --Colin Powell

Price: $5.99
  • Harper Perennial

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