We recently had the opportunity to create a video of The Wall That Heals, which is a traveling replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, DC. The entire process of bringing The Wall into a community, to constructing it to seeing people experience it was tremendously impressive and emotional.
Info from The Wall That Heals website:
Bringing The Wall home to communities throughout our country allows the souls enshrined on the Memorial to exist once more among family and friends in the peace and comfort of familiar surroundings. The traveling exhibit provides thousands of veterans who […]
Summer has not officially started, but the weather is hot and humid, the kids are out of school, and I have vacation on the brain. So much so, that I was thinking about the question that always seems to plague me right before leaving town: Do I commit to work during my travels or do I completely disconnect?
The article below, by author and businesswoman Arianna Huffington, explores this topic and provides some great suggestions. It also gets me thinking about how email has sadly morphed from a productivity tool to a technology that keeps us from being our most productive […]
I recently began taking pottery classes at a local shop down my street. It’s been a very fun, messy adventure that I’ve been doing as part of the roux ‘go look’ challenge (I speak a little about that challenge here). The pots don’t always come out how I anticipated but I love the creative process and how it allows us to learn new things and grow skills over time.
As an artist, I often hear from others how they could […]
The Global Leadership Summit (GLS) is scheduled for August 9-10, 2018 and we at roux are looking forward to our annual retreat. Held in Chicago, IL and broadcast all over the world in approximately 600 satellite locations, GLS shows leaders of all types of organizations how to apply Christian principles in business situations. This year they expect nearly 450,000 people to participate.
It is so important to us at roux that we close up shop (checking in with clients on anything pressing) and spend two days together learning, comparing […]
Did you know that most data breaches are opportunistic rather than targeted? I certainly didn’t until I attended a technology conference and learned so much during a session on the topic of cyber security. I am sharing some of the things I learned but all credit goes to the SMC3 conference and the panelists.
Cyber security is:
It is NOT just technology! Many companies think it is just technology and do not know what to do or how to respond when a breach occurs.
In the event of a breach or […]