I love playing and watching golf on television. I was mesmerized by the PGA Championship yesterday as I watched Collin Morikawa in one of the majors in professional golf. One of the things that most impress me about all these players is the ability to focus on the “next shot.”
You may not think of golf as a team sport, but it is. In order to win a championship like Mr. Morikawa did yesterday, you need people around you. He has a caddie, coaches (several), family and friends that support him both on and off the course. Here’s the thing…in the end, it’s up to him and him alone to hit the golf shot.
Check out the newest podcast as part of the #Unleashed15 celebration. A new insurance podcast featuring Dan and his business partner and wife, Barb. Today’s topic is significant around working from home and COVID. Check it out!
In the blink of an eye…Last month, Barb and I attended the wedding of our nephew. It was a wonderful event, especially as they deftly dealt with the restrictions due to COVID-19. We ended up get-ting back into Poulsbo feeling a little peckish. Our “go-to” in situations like this is to run to Central Market and pick up a burger and potato salad to take home.
If you’ve noticed over the last several weeks, I’ve added a poll to this newsletter. I’m hoping to get some more traction as we continue, but I’m grateful to those that participated so far.
This past week, my question was: What’s your feeling for the next five months of 2020?
Toro Consulting, Inc is turning 15 years old. While the corporate name is rarely used now, I’m introducing a new, re-imagined and fresh logo and brand; plus a monthlong look at new services. It starts here…
This under two-minute Quick Hitter examines what can happen if your risk strategy is, “Let’s see what happens…”
What do album covers and wine bottles have in common? Read my latest post to find out!
Meet our latest guest on The Shrimp Tank! Bradly Franco owns and operates Ulterius Flux, a company that creates video business cards! Check out his interview!
Today, I’d like to focus on one of his many respected characteristics where we can all learn from his life – bravery. He certainly proved his courage throughout his life, from Selma through his years of service in Washington DC.