Creativity, Community, and Other Comments
I don’t know about you, but I have a good feeling about 2016. In some ways, it’s a fresh start—a chance for reinvention. In other ways, it’s an evolution—a chance to nurture what has taken years to build. Okay, so it’s not that different from any other January. Nevertheless, it’s as good a time as any to set some goals. To help you take action and stay on track when you do, we have compiled a list of the best tools for staying focused, efficient, and effective.
We love knowing everyone’s personality at Pivot: it makes for great ideas, interesting conversation, and a variety of music in the office. A few years ago, we finally found a personality test that doesn’t read like a horoscope, and ever since, every Pivoteer has taken the test.
Last spring, my wife Megan and I finally took the trip to Italy that we had always talked about. In January, we booked a 10-day trip that would take us around to Rome, Florence, Cinque Terre, and Venice. We were leaving in March, so we had plenty of time to figure out exactly what we wanted to do. But because I am who I am, we had already been planning for months.
Pivot recently joined a kickball league with some local marketing agencies and has committed to play one game every week for the next six weeks. And since last week's game, I've been reminded of one thing (besides needing to get in better shape): Achieving balance has the potential to make us better.
Originally established as the Jewish Shelter House in 1902, Hooverwood has been offering care and services to the elderly in our community for more than a century. In the Spring of 2012, Hooverwood reached out to Pivot for help. They were ready to expand their reach and tell the story of their exceptional caregivers.