Last month, Bertha, the world’s biggest “earth pressure balance boring machine” finished digging a gigantic tunnel under the city of Seattle to replace a damaged highway viaduct. Now she’s being pulled apart.
Before online ads and targeted emails, and even before telemarketing and robocalls, sales often involved door-to-door salesmen and saleswomen traveling across the country, pitching to strangers. It was
This spring, the Oakland Raiders received official approval from the NFL to relocate to a new city. Even if you don’t follow football, you probably heard about the move since the city is Las Vegas and they’ll be building a brand new stadium with a price tag of $1.9 billion. That’s billion with a ‘B.’ Today we’re digging into the construction specs of this enormous project.
Dynamic leaders seem to effortlessly inspire employees, guide organizations to success, and even revolutionize industries. However, most of us are kept busy with day-to-day deadlines, weather delays, machine malfunctions, or just filling out an invoice correctly the first time. So how, you ask, do you develop a leading voice in your own life, business and industry when you’re already hard at work? Read on!
When someone says “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey,” I can’t help but think that they’ve never journeyed on a crowded airplane next to that over-sharing stranger who insists on popping personal bubbles, or in front that kid who never stops kicking the seat. Or I figure that they’ve never basked in the sun at a destination beach, sipping on a rum & Coke out of a coconut. A lot of times, it’s the destination that makes the journey worth it.