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Category Archives: Credit Union Movement
Each day arrives with its own mixed bag of challenges and joys. We grow from one, we celebrate the other. One pokes at us for action, for reflection, the other reminds us to celebrate the moment, embracing it into our … Continue reading
If you love something you’re good at, you’ll never have to work again. – Sir Ken Robinson As a kid, my answer to the question, “What would you like to be when you grow up?” was often representative of my current interests. … Continue reading
Blessed with an opportunity to present on Internal Culture as part of a panel on Building Loyalty at the Co-Op Network’s THiNK11 Conference, I soaked up inspiration like a sponge. Did you know that Credit Unions for Kids raised more than … Continue reading
This is a reason, not an excuse: I love my job. Transitioning has taken some focus, and other areas of my life have also absorbed my attention. All is well, truly, but it does mean that writing was not my … Continue reading