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An Active Quarantine

I want to encourage everyone to find ways to stay active during these crazy days of being locked inside. For those that don’t have a regular routine, maybe this is a great opportunity to create some new habits. And then, once you exercise, you won’t feel bad about making this delightful looking dish. There are a lot of online options. I have a Peloton, which I love. It might not be feasible for you to order a bike right now (it’s not cheap), but fortunately, they are offering a free three month trial for their online classes. The classes…

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Buddha and Jesus walk into a bar

Don’t worry. I don’t have an off-color sacrilegious joke to tell you (although I’m positive most of you would find it humorous). Instead, here are a few quotes that will give you something positive to ponder. Heads up–the quotes are spiritual in nature. Jesus The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed that someone took and sowed in his field; it is the smallest of all the seeds, but when it has grown it is the greatest of shrubs and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and make nests in its branches. Buddha…

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Start with WHY

We have lots of little catchphrases that help check our value-based approach to business. One of the widest nets we cast is the phrase, “start with Why.” This week, we’re digging into what that means and what its embodiment looks like in a leader. What it means: motivation is the most important part of accomplishment. We can do almost anything if we are sufficiently motivated. HOW, WHAT, and WHO are solvable problems; logistical questions that can be planned, figured out, and ultimately answered. WHY is subjective. It is individual, unique to each of us, and by far the most…

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7-Star Stories: First Date

Our mission is to create “7-star experiences” for our guests. The obvious irony of that aspiration is that star-ratings go up to 5! We can only strive for those heights by pushing ourselves to utilize our talents fully and by finding creative ways to improve our guests’ experience. Often, in doing so, we end up with great memories ourselves. Last week, Breakout had the privilege to host a first date. Spending 60-minutes solving puzzles in a room together is quite the high-stakes first outing! In our lobby we got to chat about their post-game dinner plans, other local favorite…

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