Circle is proud to sponsor three upcoming conferences in our local/regional community. If you see one of us with our swag, please come say hello! March 10, 2018 – BCAPA Annual General Meeting at Harbour Centre, Vancouver, BC April 27, 2018 – ASA Annual General Meeting and Conference Friday Night Public Lecture at the TELUS Centre, … Read More It’s Conference Season!
If you’ve ever wondered how Circle got its name, then get some crackers because you’re about to get some cheese. In one of my previous lives, I was an avid snowboarder. In reverse order, before becoming an archaeologist, I was a sales rep for snowboard bags and accessories, worked in a snowboard shop, and worked … Read More What’s in a name?
When I started blogging almost a year ago (or so), I didn’t know what to write about. I didn’t think archaeology alone would be interesting enough to draw attention nor did I think my personal interests were interesting to anyone at all. After a while, I found that blogging was a way to organize my … Read More A return to the circle blog
I recently attended my first “Art of” event and I must say that it was worth every single penny. The Art of Leadership should be mandatory attendance, and not only for managers, CEOs, and top-rung corporate employees. If I had employees (hey, I’m a young entrepreneur), I would make them all go. Leaders are everywhere, … Read More On the path to great leadership #TAOL
You know it’s been a busy summer when… you’ve had very little patio time, your skin’s as white as snow, … and when you’re not up to date with swissmiss. A little over two weeks ago, Andrew Zuckerman’s 99% Conference talk was posted. If you’re not aware, Andrew Zuckerman is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker, … Read More Inspiration is for amateurs
About a year ago, I embarked on a new adventure. No, not the Indiana Jones kind, not just yet. It was probably just as stressful, and perhaps as much of a roller coaster ride, though there were no life-threatening rolling boulders, just mortgage-threatening lines of credit. One year later though, and I’m still alive and, … Read More What a difference a year makes