This past Saturday, Greensky Bluegrass made their way to the Crescent City for a performance at The Joy Theater. The boys did not hold back for the NOLA crowd, delivering a memorable set including a pair of classic covers to end each set–Pink Floyd‘s “Time” in set one and the Grateful Dead‘s “Eyes Of The World” in set two. The second set also started off with some entertaining banter about the Chicago Cubs game going on during the show.Thanks to Archive.org user YEMJAMBOY, we can enjoy a full stream of this great show below!Greensky’s current fall tour continues tonight at Duling Hall in Jackson, MS, with support from Wood & Wire.
10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr As many of you may also find yourselves, I am a life-long learner. I enjoy taking classes, pursuing higher education and working towards and completing certifications to keep my knowledge fresh, interact with peers and foster dialog regarding complexities in my field.When I began working in the credit union industry I found my co-workers in the credit union were often also pursuing higher education and certifications in their respective fields. Even though we had the same goals in mind regarding efficiency, service and growth we were coming from different perspectives based on our areas of expertise and I sometimes found it challenging to communicate my points from a ‘numbers’ versus ‘service’ lens.My goal is to share my love of numbers and metrics with front line management of the credit union and to show them how financial concepts play a critical role in the work they do. Not long ago an opportunity presented itself. I was meeting with a Branch Manager about her budget and discussing the economic concept of supply and demand regarding certificate rates and other factors such as competitors’ rates and yields available through riskier investments. She immediately grasped the concept and quickly had the opportunity to share this information with a long-time member who provided her with the perfect scenario when he lamented that he longed for the generous certificate rates offered in the early 1980s. continue reading »