For most organizations, especially legacy brands, there is a tendency to get trapped by success. Between quarterly results and team goals and division metrics, all their work becomes focused on hitting these numbers.Read the article.
Siblings. This simple word is the foundation of my life’s course. More than just people who share my DNA and family history, my siblings — identical twin sister and best friend, Melissa, and big brother, Josh — are more than supporting players in my life story.Read the article.
Imagine yourself sitting in the audience at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Fall Commencement ceremony of 2018. Five hundred students have finished their hard work and are getting their degrees, ready to start a new chapter of their lives. Every one of them has their own unique story to tell.Read the article.
A member of my staff once said, “I work my eight hours so that I can go do what I really want to do.” I responded, “Really, I understand that we work eight-hours a day just to breakeven.” His response was memorable, “That is the most depressing thing I have ever heard.”Read the post.
I fly a lot for my job. My travels have taken me from Juneau, Alaska, to Cookeville, Tennessee, and many places in between that lie far from an airline hub.Read the article.
Setting up the Loom My life has been grounded by consistent and centric themes: identity, sisterhood, honesty and purity.Read the article.