TEACHING TIP: If you’re teaching new pow-riders, have them count to three in the fall-line, at the top of the run, before starting any turns. This will get the board planing with enough speed in deep snow. Speed is your friend in powder, and most new riders underestimate the amount they need.
(Tip courtesy of Trevor Gavura, CASI Level 4 Evaluator)
Had this in my inbox this morning…it applies to so many facets of what we do…
The facilities at DisneyWorld are clean. It’s not a profit center, of course. They don’t make them clean because they’re going to charge you to use them. They make them clean because if they didn’t, you’d have a reason not to come.
It turns out that just about everything we do involves cleaning the bathrooms. Creating an environment where care and trust are expressed. If you take a lot of time to ask, “how will this pay off,” you’re probably asking the wrong question. When you are trusted because you care, it’s quite likely the revenue will take care of itself.