Cascadin is a proud partner to the 50th season of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks as we highlight the importance of being human.
It turns out that camping plans and Cascadin go hand in hand.
You know the pain of learning new things (especially software). What if it didn’t have to be that way? With Cascadin, it isn’t.
In a recent conversation, someone mentioned that during the summer, engagement in their programs goes down and attendance is low. So, are summers productive?
It’s a simple concept to understand and a hard one to practice under our current systems, but you are not a product of your productivity.
You and I are human. The software you use, the company you work for, and the society you live in, shouldn’t take that away.
You have a lot to do. That’s why we want to share a simple organizing tip for busy people like you. You can do less, better.
Two years ago, when we were about to launch Cascadin (and before the pandemic started taking its toll), I had an idea. I wanted to put Cascadin to the ‘Mom Test.’
In the world of productivity, I’m starting to see an acknowledgment that perhaps we are overworking.
Over the last few months, I’ve spent a lot of time regrouping. It’s why this quote from Amy Poehler resonates so much with me.
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