NEWPORT, R.I. — We had mixed emotions as we knew it signaled the end of a memorable weeklong adventure.
HYANNIS, Mass. — After six days of truly fabulous adventure our crew fondly kissed Maine and New Hampshire goodbye.
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — We were up and at ‘em bright and early on Wednesday in Bar Harbor, Maine, with a long day of riding ahead to Portsmouth.
LUBEC, Maine — On Monday morning we packed up and rolled out of Caratunk, Maine, at 7:30 a.m. sharp, shrouded in a damp, light mist.
I’m saying it again: I’m all in when it comes to professional development. The minute you stop learning is the minute you start down the path to obsolescence. Change cracks the whip at lightning speed.
All joking aside, depending on the topic, maybe you’ll turn to a trusted colleague, friend or family member.
Had I been content with traditional marketing practices, my career likely would have gone down the same path as the blurry Polaroid photograph, the typesetting machine or my trusty IBM Selectric III.
Organizers of the Boaterz ‘n Bikerz of America Hull of a Tour plan to return this summer with a scenic coastal and mountain boating and motorcycling trip.
Thanks to all who took a virtual ride on the 2016 Boaterz n Bikerz of America Hull of a Tour: Pacific Coast Rush. It was an eight-day, 2,000-mile boating and motorcycling extravaganza from Seattle to California’s Big Sur, looping back to San Francisco.
Two dozen industry folks and friends who share a passion for motorcycling and boating gathered in Seattle during the weekend.
Wouldn’t it be cool to get some of our industry friends together and plan an epic ride?
I hate politics. I hate everything about it. I hate the positioning, the slippery maneuvering, the glad-handing and the lack of authenticity.
I lived in Orlando for 32 years and, like most locals, loved the magic and the pixie dust.
Whooooooooshhhh — the year has blown by at warp speed! Does it feel as if everything is more compressed and just moves faster to you, too?