When I began writing for the CU Water Cooler I never envisioned the day when I would find inspiration in a visit to fast food establishment known for delicious tacos.
My wife and I were at a restaurant the other night that is famous for its steak fries. You can get a free basket of them to nibble on as an appetizer.
A few weeks ago a friend and I took a whirlwind tour of seven different Major League baseball games in seven different baseball parks.
I recently made a purchase from a company called Origami Owl. The common observer might say that this company sells necklaces.
Whenever I travel with my three daughters, I always insist they dress a certain way—matching and cute. And when I say cute, I mean Gymboree cute, not Justice cute.
It does seem that innovation is being constantly pounded as a key factor in how to make our credit unions resilient and alive. We have an ample number of innovation consultants now so we know the buzz word has created a new consulting industry. But what exactly does it mean to innovate?
I got a Playstation in sixth grade because I made good on my pledge to get high grades for the first semester of school. Come Christmas, I had that 32-bit polygonal goodness hooked up to the family TV in the living room.