What’s Your Lemonade Stand? Make / It / Happen.

They didn’t over-think it.
They didn’t under-think it.

We have a deep bench.

Each has excelled in his or her own relentless way, but the common threads are undeniable: extraordinary acumen, dedicated community involvement, incredible humility…

What makes Omaha one of the best cities to live In?

For most people, the must-haves involve three key things: a strong economy, great quality of life and affordable housing. Most cities aim for that, too, but few score well in all three.

Can you innovate on relationship building?

How do we create environments that are conducive for authentic conversations, making a person memorable and a business relationship blossom?

Notice the Humble

On sports teams where the players have come to know each other well via practices and real-life game situations, team members do not “campaign” to become captain. Rather, leaders emerge naturally as a result of their commitment, effort, talent, and character. Some such leaders are fiery and outgoing while others exude a quiet intensity and focus.

How many times have you found yourself in a room where you know just a few people? Maybe it is time.

But in this room you discern “I don’t know anyone” and then realize that Leadership Omaha is going to push you.

We Belong on That List – and That Is Our Challenge.

Omaha doesn’t make the list of top 20 cities. But why? I’d argue we excel in almost all of the attribute areas.

Pokémon Go: Roving Gamers and a Potential Gift for Your Business

Here’s what you need to know – there is an insane opportunity, right now, to capitalize and convert a swarm of roving gamers into potentially paying customers.

Oftentimes we give and expect nothing in return. This isn’t one of those times.

While we have been aggressive contributors to the political process, we haven’t been aggressive enough, and that is where we need your help.

Orlando hurts. What can we do to help when we don’t know what to do?

“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news,
my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.'” – Mr. Rogers