Nancy Zavada18 hours ago
I couldn't agree more, it is almost as if we don't want any feedback. Then add the task of gathering the data for a sustainability report and organizers REALLY struggle to measure.
Tahira Endean CMP1 day ago
Ah, my new "bandwagon" - now that we have amazing access to data, how can we REALLY use it to improve experiences?
Ryan Biddulph11 hours ago
James and Amber, that rushing ahead and worrying note resonates with me. I have to catch myself even now as I live my dream; so easy to fall back into poor, hurried habits, as I try to achieve more and appreciate less. Building a gratitude list each morning aligns me and guides me forward, so I can take my journey based on intuitive nudges. Great post!
Matthew Tully18 hours ago
Great post Amberr. Successful or not, we all need to take a step back at times to consider the path we are on and if it's right for us or should be navigate away....sometimes our internal gps is not as accurate as we would like it to be.
Jenny Hansen20 hours ago
I needed this today, Amberr. Thanks!!
Stevie Wilson19 hours ago
Great suggestions.. I think for Nguyen (pronounced WIN) it was the opportunity to do something with lots of immediate results and gratification.
Kevin Williams20 hours ago
I realize the chef was free styling, but it may have had a better appearance if he used two bowls. Mash the pound cake into the mould of one as a thin layer. Then fill with his Oreo "pudding" before overturning onto a plate. He could then, perhaps, drizzle with the cherry soda (not diet).
Megan Claire1 day ago
Thanks Michael! Its a harsh reality we've all faced at some point - the hardest part is realizing the world doesn't stop revolving at home just because we've left it! I appreciate all of the friendships I've held in the past - I like to think some are only meant to be in our lives for a short period of time, and others will last a lifetime.
Michael Melville2 days ago
Great post!. Thinking about the relationships section I remember when i moved to Portland Oregon in my early 20's from Michigan and lived a few other places and after Oregon. When i moved back to Michigan a few years later all the friends I had before I moved I had little in common with and they had little in common with me. It taught me a valuable lesson in keeping my close friend at a minimum (to avoid issues) and to make sure I stay in contact.
Jenny Hansen20 hours ago
LOL. I can't wait to read this post, Cate. I firmly believe that there are some huge benefits to Triberr, and it's up to us to stay on the good side of the fine line between sharing and spamming. :-)
Wendy Ewurum1 day ago
Thank you Kate, this is my comment which I left when I shared in several places:
This is awesome...I have started doing most of it in the last 2 months but it was good to see that I'm on the right track.
There were some really insightful nuggets to here that I will be implementing with immediate effect. Like having a theme for a tribe and only accepting a certain type of profile. Thank you Cate
Michael A. Buccilli6 hours ago
Hello Barbara, this is a very well written post. I understand your knowledge and descriptions of LinkedIn but, for me, I have learned a lot about LinkedIn over the past few months and it has proven to be the best network for me as far as making good connections for my real estate investing business.
I have shared this post/article because it has many great points and I also trust your opinions and always learn from you. Thank you again for being a friend and Mentor.
kumiko matter7 hours ago
Cherry blossom trees came from Japan and were later sent to other countries around the turn of the 1900s. They are really special to Japan, but it is lovely to be able to see them in in other areas too. I recently wrote a post on my blog about cherry blossom season in my home town of Seattle, WA (http://wp.me/p4xlRx-1j). I bet the cherry blossoms look wonderful in Nancy too!
kumiko matter8 hours ago
It's surprising that you thought the people here in Seattle are so nice. Many Seattle transplants think that there is a "Seattle Freeze" where they can't make friends and feel that everybody is mean. So I'm glad to see a different point of view. But maybe your opinion on why you don't have that "OMG I could live here" moment is because of when you moved here? Perhaps the weather isn't showcasing the best of this area. Idk.
Btw, your choice in food is awesome. Paseo and Revel rock the house!