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Bonnie Stevens

When Bad People Happen to Good Jobs

My mom once told me, “Nature’s laws are God’s laws, and they must be followed.” In her wisdom, she recognized the need to respect and adhere to the forces that aren’t going to change one iota – like gravity. One of my favorites is balance. This Law of Nature is demonstrated everywhere in the Universe: […]

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Bonnie Stevens

Bringing Your 2020 Vision into Focus

Many of us consider the stroke of midnight into the New Year to be some sort of magical reset button that comes with snow flurries and a kiss. I happen to be one of them. However, turning that magical moment into everyday life usually takes a little more than fairy dust, like a bold decision, […]

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Bonnie Stevens

Harnessing the Superpower of Visibility

Leading up to the annual Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, the town is truly overrun by triathletes. These swimmers, cyclists and runners do not need to don a t-shirt or tattoo that says they are elite athletes – although some of them do. Everything about them already shouts, “I’m a superior human specimen.” It is […]

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Leaders Don’t Waffle When Waffles aren’t the Right Decision

If you’ve ever gone to lunch with someone who couldn’t decide what to order, you know the pain of indecision. While you, everyone else at the table and the server are quietly on standby, that individual is thoughtfully considering whether it’s a quinoa-bowl kind of day or a full-on loaded burger event. President Theodore Roosevelt […]

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Ping Pong and Other Camera-Ready Tips

For $16.99, Amazon will sell you a set of four ping pong paddles and six ping pong balls. If you knew that an investment of roughly $17 could make the difference in a lasting impression, would you pay the price? Sometimes, that’s all it takes. In the waterways of the Gulf Islands off Vancouver Island, […]

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Huge Weatherford Hotel Restoration Project Beginning

Restoration work to add more structural support to the three-story, century-old Weatherford Hotel is scheduled to begin in March. The latest phase to return the historic building to its original grandeur will include removing the second floor mezzanine and returning the 19-foot-high ceiling to the lobby; creating a first-floor hotel room and office; and adding […]

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Next Generation Leading Mountain Sports Flagstaff

She has been a sternman for a lobster fisherman, river running cook, mountain bike guide, ski instructor, Montessori teacher and self-proclaimed card-carrying gypsy. But the role that is in Lisa Lamberson’s blood is that of an outdoor shop owner. On March 1, Lamberson took the lead at Mountain Sports Flagstaff. Her father and company founder, […]

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