CUInsight Weekly Minute with Robbie Young – August 13, 2021
Our favorites from the week in sixty seconds.
Welcome to the CUInsight Minute, sixty seconds from our Associate Publisher Robbie Young with our favorite reads from the week.
All people are different people …
In August 2020, Ted Lasso gave me some unexpected moments of joy. As the title character of the Apple TV comedy series, Jason Sudeikis plays Lasso, an American football coach who stumbles into work coaching the other kind of football across the pond. Much like the people Lasso meets as he makes his way through coaching his new team, it took me a while to get into the show. By the end of the season, I was as hooked on the warmth, hope, and good-natured humor of Ted Lasso as the fans of AFC Richmond were on his coaching. He had given me something light and easy to wind down with at the end of the week. (read more)
What credit union leaders should learn from Simone Biles
by MARK ARNOLD, ON THE MARK STRATEGIES
At my house, the Olympics are a big deal. We never miss the opening ceremonies and for two weeks straight sports are all you see on our TV. (Not that I’m complaining!) (read more)
Avoid burnout by reinforcing purpose
by CHAD HELMINAK, NATIONAL CREDIT UNION FOUNDATION (THE FOUNDATION)
Austrian author and holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl once said, “When we are no longer able to change the situation, we change ourselves.” (read more)