About eXp Realty, a cloud-based real estate company:
eXp is the first and only agent owned cloud-based real estate firm. With the use of avatars, they collaborate and meet in a second-life type environment. The organization is a few years old and currently spans 30 states and Canada. Meetings are held in a cloud office and have avatars that look like the employees. There are no brick and mortar offices, making spaces like Roam... Read More »
Kimberly, a native of Boston, moved to Atlanta in 1989 to work for FM Global. Shortly thereafter, she was recruited away to work for ING. Kimberly enjoyed contributing to launching ING America Life University. In 1992, she launched her own coaching and consulting practice, The Kare Group, at the urging of her mentor, Dr. Stephen R. Covey. In 2013, the company rebranded to Coach Kimberly International. CKI supports Fortune 100 companies, Executives and their teams. In 2014 Kimberly launched UberPreneur... Read More »
Fred grew up in Massachusetts and has one brother and two sisters. He graduated from Boston University with a Broadcasting & Film degree and one year later moved to Atlanta to work for Turner Broadcasting. He now resides here in Atlanta with his wonderful wife and 3 children. He loves to mountain bike, play hockey, play games and is committed fully to health and fitness.
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Chris serves as the Executive Director of Lighthouse Family Retreat, an organization that serves families living through childhood cancer, where families have an opportunity to laugh, restore relationships and find hope in God. Chris received both his Bachelors degree in Education and Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Georgia. He currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Jan and three children.
For more information about Lighthouse Family Retreat, please visit their... Read More »
Ken has been working for Juice Analytics for 7 years. He is the COO, Chief Operations Officer. He is from Atlanta and received his degree in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech. He lives in here in Atlanta with his wife and 3 kids.
For more information about Juice Analytics, please visit their website at http://www.juiceanalytics.com/ or follow them on Twitter: @JuiceAnalytics.
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Joey has been a member at Roam for 8 months. He has been in sales for many years, first working for Fox Five and then for Cox Media Group. He attended the University of Georgia and then proceeded to complete his MBA at Georgia State University. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and 3 kids.
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The swing of an experienced golfer is a single smooth motion, a quick graceful arc around the golfer’s body, tilted perhaps 45 degrees with respect to the ground. But Patrick Whaley reminds me that this apparently simple motion involves coordinating several moving parts. “The arms, torso, hips, and knees all have to rotate at the right speed with respect to each other.” The occasional golfer knows all too well the difficulty of achieving this harmony.
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Corporate Cowboys and the Frontier of the Future
Gunpowder, papermaking, the printing press, and the compass. I may recruit you for trivia if you can guess what they have in common. These are the Four Great Inventions of Ancient China, produced hundreds of years before their European counterparts. Eric Johnson mentions the Four as one aspect of Chinese culture that fascinated him during his visits. Eric spent almost three months in China during 2012 while he... Read More »
Somewhere in the North Atlanta suburbs today, a third-grader is turning nine. A month from now, the dozen or so presents that he so enthusiastically unwrapped at his birthday party will lie unused around the house, relegated to basement corners or bedroom crates, their novelty worn off. What if the money used to purchase these toys ($100? $200?) went instead toward putting a roof on an animal shelter, or supporting a family in crisis, or some other... Read More »