You may have seen this email going around that lists some of the greatest innovations of 2014. Stairs with a slide (walk up, slide down), a bicycle helmet that folds up. A movie theater bathroom with screens on the floor in the stalls so you don’t miss a minute of the action.
If your boss is anything like mine I’m sure they have come to you at the end of the year and said, “You know what, Amy, heck with the goals.
As humans I think we are all born with the desire to understand why. I’ve come to this conclusion because I have a four year old daughter that is very much into the “but, why Mommy?“ phase.
It's been a little over a week since I returned from the 2014 COOP THINK Conference in New Orleans. One statement keeps ringing in my ears and will stick with me going into the future...
Gene Blishen, Matt Davis and I went out separate ways today after an incredible time at the SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin.
Matt Davis, Gene Blishen and I are attending the 20th annual SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. It really is an amazing spectacle.
This time of year always makes people reflect on the past and think about the future. Many make resolutions and commit to one or more personal goals, projects or to reforming a bad habit over the coming year.
I had brought no earth shattering "wow" or wild idea. It was simple. A pragmatic approach that wouldn't require anyone to go too far out of his or her comfort zone, or even push any limits. It was very doable. It was what I had come to know as "very credit union."
I read an article a few months back about a gym that put its patrons through awkward but physically rewarding workouts that they were encouraged to complete as part of their membership.