Building a team is such a hard thing to do. It took me years to get good at this skill. When I did door to door sales, the only way to get out of the “field” (the actual pounding the pavement to knock on doors) was to develop a team of sales people to sellContinue reading “Team Building is Hard”
I like to figure things out. So in December of 2005 when I incorporated MyBike, I had no idea what I was doing, so I figured it out.
Every community has their origin story. Like Mike creating Viking as a soccer camp community in 1993. In the beginning the community was small.
An Introduction | The People are the Community | The Purpose is the Mission | Growth is Diversity | The Rules are the Culture | Putting it all Together Nothing feels more rewarding than creating a good set of rules. Few things feel better when people follow those rules. When the rules work it feels likeContinue reading “The Rules are the Culture”
Whenever I’m asked to help a group grow, one of the first things I look at are it’s people.
Here’s a game I play with my kids during breaks in remote school, but honestly you can play this game anytime.
Having a purpose forces you to stay in your lane on the way to your destination.
There is always an origin story when building a community.
Communities are everywhere you look.
Today I’m celebrating 5 years of operating the Viking Activity Center in Brookline. This place was possibly one of the best decisions Zach (my business partner) and I made in running Viking Sports for nearly a decade. When we opened up the Viking Activity Center, the @brooklinechamber came with huge scissors and a big old red ribbonContinue reading “The Viking Activity Center- Celebrating 5 Years”