We’re back from our Canadian adventure and corporate retreat! We were fortunate enough to spend an afternoon learning curling while in the Great White North and boy did we learn a lot. Not just about the sport, but the day was a needed reminder that so many things are more complicated than we know! Join us for this live to talk through our experiences and lessons – plus watch a delightful video explanation of curling!
Watch the original LIVE video here!
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