Updated: Jul 30, 2020
Lately, with a lot more down time than I would prefer, I have been doing more reading, listening and cooking/eating. That being said I thought I might share some of the things that I have been doing in these areas in the last few months and moving forward. We are calling this little blurb Steve’s Take. Enjoy and send me any thoughts on some things you have been listening to, reading about or cooking/eating - Steve
My take for the last few months are some podcasts I listen to while I walk each day. These are three that I listen to regularly about business in general and about the meetings industry specifically.
The first is one that Kinsley Meetings is proud to sponsor because we think business and the economy in Colorado are important and this podcast covers those subjects well. ProCo360 is a podcast by our good friend and neighbor Dave Tabor. Dave takes a thoughtful approach to interviewing entrepreneurs and business leaders who choose to live, love and work in Colorado. From Popsockets to Noodles & Co, from Ball Corp (think aluminum cans) to Sage Hospitality, Dave covers it all.
The second is The Business of Meetings, produced by our dear friend Eric Rozenberg. We have been involved with Eric for many years in the meetings industry and have had the pleasure of hosting Eric and his family here at our home in Littleton. Eric is tackling many issues regarding the meetings industry’s current situation as well as what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur in the meetings industry.
The third is a brand new podcast from our close friend Mike Dominguez, President & CEO at Associated Luxury Hotels International called Beyond the Meeting Room. In the initial podcast, Mike has a thought provoking interview with the President and COO of Delos, Peter Scialla. They talk about Delos’ mission of enhancing health and well-being in the spaces where we live, work, sleep and play through standards, programs and solutions designed to promote wellness, stress resilience, performance, restfulness and joy. We can’t thank Mike and the ALHI team for their support of Kinsley Meetings over the years and for allowing us to sponsor this first podcast in what I’m sure will become a great success.