Can you think of a time where you’ve tried something new and felt like you have no business being there, doing your thing.
“I’m not the creative type.”
I hear that all the time, especially when someone has asked me about the work I do. “Oh, that’s important work,” they say, “I need to be better at storytelling, but I don’t have an interesting story to tell.” Or, “I’m not the creative type. “
So, what are your travel plans? Maybe not much or pretty local? I mean, it feels like things are starting to maybe come close to kind of an end, but still travel isn’t really, we certainly can’t travel internationally.
Question: if you were able to follow two, not one life path(s), what would your second/alternative life be like? I would be a fashion designer living in New York City or Paris.
John Grollmus opened his first restaurant a long time ago. Today, he and one partner have five restaurants in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene. He is also a writer and a ski guide. Here’s what I love about his story. He had to scramble hard to get funding to start that first restaurant. At one point, […]
I invite you to join me for the next Story Talk session Thursday, March 18th at 12 noon Pacific where I facilitate a discussion with a thoughtful group of individuals working to make change and how we can use story to achieve it. Here’s a recap of last month’s session and you can register here. […]
I’m taking this week off, and we’re running a replay of an interview I did in 2018 with Kikkan Randall.
“Time is a non-renewable resource.” Tim Ferris said this in his interview with Guy Raz, How I built this.
Brett Kruse recently joined Outdoor Research as their VP of People and Culture. This position is a perfect marriage of his outdoor pursuits and his people leadership skills. You know I’m always fascinated how we all can find meaning and purpose in life through a seemingly meandering path that, in hindsight looks like a neat […]
On a zoom call the other day, everyone quickly introduced themselves, but one person, in particular, caught everyone’s attention.