Did you get a chance to read the inspiring blog Carmen wrote this week on the benefit of teams? (click here if you missed it) Continuing on the “teams” them this week, Randy and Carmen interview evolutionary CEO, Bruce Fafard of Scient Federal Credit Union. This is a not-to-be-missed edition of the Evolutionary Podcast. Enjoy! […]
Welcome to this week’s episode of — Evolutionaries Podcast! That’s right! They’re changing the name from Ask the Authors to Evolutionaries Podcast. You’ll want to be sure to listen in this week to hear why Randy and Carmen are making the change. And what they are hoping you will do to make the Evolutionaries Podcast […]
I never take pictures. When my daughter was younger, I tried to remind myself to “capture the precious moments” but I did a terrible job. Luckily my mother made up for it by taking hundreds of photos over the years so I can always look back and see what my daughter looked like growing up. […]
The Complicated World of Digital Relationships Sitting on an airplane looking at my mobile phone I hear the call from the pissy flight attendant to “turn off ALL electronic devices, the door is closing!” Just before shutting it down I get a text from a client “Got the contract; boy are you in trouble.” It […]
I’m nominating Latrice Fowler owner and blogger on family-food blog Raising Chefs. Latrice is all about getting kids into the kitchen at an early age. Teaching them the importance of making healthy food choices while they’re young so those choices can be carried with them into their adult years. Raising Chefs teaches not only young […]
Listen as Randy and Carmen discuss what an Evolutionary Politician would look like.
I was struck by the reported last words of Moammar Gadhafi, “Don’t you know right from wrong?” The irony of this question is covered very well by other political analysts. But you have to admit, it is a pretty interesting question from a man infamous for the wholesale disregard of human rights, active terrorism, mass […]
A few years ago I bought a brand new, bright blue Mini Cooper. As I was driving my new car home from Portland, I saw dozens of Mini’s everywhere. Once I had a connection to the Mini, my perception of the world changed to notice other Minis. Once you read Evolutionaries, the same thing will […]