What is the one thing you and your clients want more of? No, it’s not more swag. We all want more time. So why is it that so much time is wasted standing in line at conferences? And why is the task of following up on hard-earned leads so painfully tedious? It’s all about having the right tools for the job. That means technology, of course.
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With the help of the great folks at the Colorado Tourism Office, we have run across some extremely fun ways that groups and individuals can enjoy an activity combined with cuisine or cocktails. Some require participants to put out some energy for the reward, while others simply involve sitting back and enjoying the ride.
I’ve been reading Leaders Eat Last, a book about leadership by the motivational speaker Simon Sinek. His book explores, as the subtitle puts it, "why some teams pull together and others don’t." Sinek quotes a lot of biology and anthropology to support his thesis: when companies prioritize the care of human beings, and put people before numbers, they thrive.
Many associate Colorado’s winter season with some of the world’s best skiing and snowboarding, but there’s another side to having fun in mountains of white. Here’s a few ideas for fun without skis or snowboards.
One of my favorite places in California is the Central Coast. I don’t get there nearly enough, so I was delighted when a copy of a just-published cookbook, "The New Wine Country Cookbook: Recipes from California's Central Coast," arrived in the mail today.