LIFE LIST for May/June 2017

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Good Reads
1. Phil Knight – Shoe Dog; Damon Mogavero – The Underground Culinary Tour: How the New Metrics of Today’s Top Restaurants are Transforming How America Eats

Wise Words
2. “People who think too much before they act don’t act too much.” –Jimmy Buffett

3. Leadership Programs
First Leaders: First Leaders puts your leadership first/ Emerging Leaders enjoy breakfast with their peers and experience an executive panel like no other.

First 50: A yearlong mentoring experience giving young, emerging leaders extraordinary access to examples of legacy leadership.

Leadership Kalamazoo: A nine-session, intensive program bringing together dynamic professionals, a world-class faculty, and a vigorous curriculum to accelerate leadership and maximize impact.

4. Small Business Tools
a. Microsoft Wallet
b. Apple Pay
c. Microsoft BOT Framework
d. Microsoft Surface Pro 4

5. Podcasts
a. Hosted by Ken Colemon, the EntreLeadership Podcast features lively discussions and tips on leadership and business by some of the top minds in the business, like Mark Cuban, Seth Godin, Jim Collins, and Simon Sinek.

b. Do you desire to lead big? The Always Forward Leadership Podcast is designed to encourage and inspire emerging and existing leaders to greatness. Listen in as Ron Kitchens shares on leadership and other relevant topics like innovation, talent, engagement, and economic development in these weekly conversations with national leaders.

c. How I Built This is a podcast about innovators, entrepreneurs, and idealists, and the stories behind the movements they built. Each episode is a narrative journey marked by triumphs, failures, serendipity, and insight—told by the founders of some of the world’s best-known companies and brands.

d. Each week, over the course of 10 weeks, Revisionist History will go back and reinterpret something from the past. An event. A person. An idea. Something overlooked. Something misunderstood. Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance.

IMAGES COURTESY OF THE RESPECTIVE ESTABLISHMENTS