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.
Katie Cox brings her background in architecture and design to the world of land conservation and I love talking to people who find purpose through two disparate passions. As the executive director of the Kaniksu Land Trust, she brings a new approach to conservation and we talk about the impact it has on the community. […]
“It’s our sixth anniversary, yay!” “Please check out our new website and let us know what you think.” What’s exciting to you (and your mom) isn’t necessarily exciting to your audience. I had been working with Panhandle Animal Shelter to rename their organization for more than a year and I was reminded of something important […]