Building A Virtuous Circle Through A Movement To Buy Local

Posted on April 27, 2020 by Dave.

A close friend of mine shared this lasting parallel, ‘staying home is like giving blood.’  That really hit home. It’s being a good steward for the community, a small act with a big impact.  So too is Buying Local, in my view, it’s like giving blood.  Over the past six or seven weeks, my observation […]

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Distress vs. Eustress-- Coronavirus and The Road Not Taken

Posted on April 10, 2020 by Dave.

Distress is at an all-time high for many of us, but so is eustress.  Each takes us down a very different path.  Where one leads far down the path to where it bends hopelessly into the undergrowth, the other has perhaps the better claim. It's the one less traveled by...

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Drawing On Lessons From The Past-- Taking The Present Head-On

Posted on March 26, 2020 by Dave.

My father passed away when I was 16, on March 16th, thirty years ago. I completely forgot about that until yesterday.  I could not believe I let this significant date go by! This virus has consumed our lives so much that I forgot the 30th anniversary of my father's passing ten days after the fact.

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Why Red Rocks Is Denver's Perfect Flagship -- Our Denver DNA Icon

Posted on July 16, 2019 by Dave.

Red Rocks Amphitheater is located in the sleepy town of Morrison Colorado just on the cusp of where the Great Plains become the Rocky Mountains. Most days, Morrison has a population of fewer than 800 people, but during show season more than 10,000 audience members and crew flood the town on a nightly […]

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What I Love About Denver Culture -- Both Tech and Life Focused

Posted on June 18, 2019 by Dave.

Tech culture is one of the most talked about and simultaneously misunderstood elements of building a successful company. Most companies fall into the trap of approaching it with a skeletal nature – and while that comes with good intentions in establishing the bones and the structure of a culture so […]

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