In precisely 1 hour we'll bring you to the beautiful Missouri River surrounding #SouthDakota's state capitol city of Pierre. Join us at https://youtu.be/mk9QU5WQ8bQ for the simultaneous first viewing & live chat at 9pm Eastern/6 pm Central! (Clickable channel link YouTube.com/GrandAdventure is in our Instagram profile.)⠀
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Thank you Fort Pierre Tourism for letting us be a part of Fort Pierre Summer Nights! We had so much fun connecting with all of you and look forward to seeing the Maxwell Strategies Merch around the community! 😍🎉
Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Maxwell Strategies booth last week at Fort Pierre Summer Nights! Our crew had so much fun connecting with you and hooking you up with Maxwell Strategies Merch! 🎉 We can't wait to see you again Thursday!
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“Real Leaders” — “help us overcome the limitations of our own individual laziness and selfishness and weakness and fear and get us to do better, harder things than we can get ourselves to do on our own.” - David Foster Wallace
I had a great conversation today with a Real Leader, John Meyer , of Lemonly about leadership during these times of crisis.
This article about courageous crisis leaders talks about how real leaders are not born, but forged in crisis. Boy, aren’t we finding out how true this is!
Here are the few key behaviors that gird and inspire people through difficult times... Acknowledge people’s fears, then encourage resolve. - Most of us know the famous lines of U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s 1933 inaugural address in the midst of the Great Depression: “The only thing we have to fear is…fear itself.” - Inspire your followers with the words of the Reverend William Sloane Coffin: “Courage is a crucial virtue. Will we be scared to death, or scared to life?” Give people a role and purpose. - Real leaders charge individuals to act in service of the broader community. They give people jobs to do.
Emphasize experimentation and learning. - To successfully navigate crisis, strong leaders quickly get comfortable with widespread ambiguity and chaos, recognizing that they do not have a crisis playbook.
Tend to energy and emotion — yours and theirs. - Crises take a toll on all of us. They are exhausting.
"People are ordering plates of roasted vegetables." That's what I heard from Chef uriahsteber when I dropped off a bunch fresh produce this morning at driftersbargrille. This is the dream, right? To not only hear a chef say he enjoys our vegetables, but to also hear that customers are requesting plates of our fresh garden produce. Awesome!
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We delivered a bunch of fresh produce to driftersbargrille tonight. Stop in to enjoy some of our eggplant, broccolini, padron peppers, zucchini, summer squash, scallions, potatoes, cabbage, and kale! Also, be sure to thank them for making local meat and produce a priority.
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I’ve been blown away by this book this week!
Mastering the Rockefeller Habits by Verne Harnisch is hitting me at just the right time. Its simplicity and its focus on “getting the right people doing the right things right” is exactly what I’ve needed to hear as I use some of my time being socially distanced from people to do some long-term strategic planning for Maxwell Strategies!
I would highly recommend to anyone to check this book out (whether you read it for the business planning content or just the personal strategic planning and goal setting content). Great stuff for anyone!
Have you hit the trails this summer?🚲 🌅Comment below or share your photos of you favorite trails or best photo from this summer! 😍
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In 2018, the Oahe Wheelmen Cycling Club was given access by the US Army Corps of Engineers to begin constructing multi use (non horse) trails in the West Shore Recreation Area of Lake Oahe and the Oahe Dam.
The West Shore Mountain Bike Trails are a volunteer trail system. They are generally intermediate level, but not technical. Trail treads are 12"-18" wide and settling in with continued use. The trails include short punchy climbs that are challenging. The trails can be used in any direction, with multiple connecting points to create loops of rider choice.
Rattlesnakes are common to the area, so be alert when using the trail.