I am not a hiking expert. In fact, I've only recently rekindled a desire to get out and travel trails. So if you're reading this as a primer for "how to hike" I'd suggest going elsewhere. But if you're interested in some thoughts about hiking, read on.
As an interactive agency and small business owner, there are many events and observations that happen in my life outside work that remind me of my life at the office. Such an event happened on May 31st when I ran the Timberline half marathon.
Found inside a fortune cookie at the office. "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm."
Winning doesn't just happen on the uphills. Winning happens on the entire ride.
It's amazing what a little peer pressure can get you to do (or What I Learned from Riding Reach the Beach).
Lessons you can apply to home improvement, to work, and to life.
Customer retention can cost companies less than customer acquisition. But how many reward long-term customers instead of offering promotional fees to new customers?