At The Risk Of Repeating Myself, Or, The Place I Work Is Pretty Neat

So I wrote last Friday a bit about how I often get so numb to certain ideas that I assume that they aren't worth sharing when most often my audience has never heard those ideas before. This is another post about that.

Tonight I got to present for Film Alliance Northwest about The Kroc Center, where I work. I talked primarily about our audio/video recording services but I opened by showing them a video piece that we use in our employee onboarding that starts with a brief history of The Salvation Army, moves to the history of the first Kroc Center in San Diego, and finishes with the story of the creation of The Kroc Center in Coeur d'Alene. It's about 12 minutes long. I wrote it, shot it, edited it...blah blah blah. I have seen it SO many times. 

However, none of these people had seen it. I was reminded of how powerful the story of The Salvation Army is and how amazing it is that Coeur d'Alene was blessed with a Kroc Center, and all kinds of other really great things about the organization that I work for. It's a good reminder.

Zak Adams