This post is currently collecting data… 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Details This is placeholder text Thank you for tuning in to episode 74 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by our friends at PSCU. As the nation’s premier payments CUSO, PSCU proudly supports the success of more than 1,500 credit unions.In the midst of a crisis, it can be difficult to balance member’s immediate needs with the long-term plans and goals for your brand. To discuss this challenge and more, I sat down with Mark Arnold, Founder and CEO of On The Mark Strategies and long-time contributor to CUInsight. Mark and his team have a ton of experience helping credit unions across the country align their marketing and strategic planning efforts with their values to build trust and relevancy in their community. During our conversation, Mark shares some important themes he thinks credit unions should keep in mind when communicating with their members and teams. We also discuss why Mark believes marketing will never be the same following COVID-19, and what credit unions should be doing to build a brand that’s “consistent, clear, and unique” going forward. His recommendation is to start by writing down what makes your credit union different in six or less words. Mark and I also talk about his path to starting his own business and some of the difficult career decisions he had to make along the way. He shares that leadership can get lonely, which is why it’s important to build a network of people you can tap into for advice and more. We also chat about mentors, a typical workday, and Mark’s love of running. As usual, we finish with the rapid-fire questions, where we learn that Mark wanted to be a writer when he grew up. He also tells us about the first time he got into trouble as a child, the books he thinks everyone should read, and that his dad is the person he thinks of when he hears the word success. You don’t want to miss this episode!Find the full show notes on cuinsight.comSubscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher Books mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Mark:Mark Arnold, Founder and CEO of On The Mark [email protected] www.markarnold.comTwitter | LinkedInShow notes from this episode:A big shout-out to our friends at PSCU, an amazing sponsor of The CUInsight Experience podcast. Thank you! Check out all the outstanding work that Mark and his team at On The Mark Strategies are doing here.Watch Mark’s 3 Questions interview with Randy here.Shout-out: Texas Credit Union League (now Cornerstone Credit Union League)Shout-out: Terry YoungShout-out: Jill NowackiShout-out: Jeff RendelShout-out: Casey BoggsShout-out: Eric PointerShout-out: Dave KrauseShout-out: Stefanie Rupert Shout-out: Maurice SmithShout-out: Mark’s dadShout-out: Catalyst Corporate Federal Credit Union Shout-out: Brett MartinezShout-out: Mark’s wifeShout-out: Bill CheneyShout-out: Crissy CheneyAlbum mentioned: The Very Best of John WilliamsBook mentioned: Leading for Growth: How Umpqua Bank Got Cool and Created a Culture of Greatness by Ray Davis Book mentioned: Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World’s Greatest Companies by Jim Stengel Book mentioned: The Revenue Growth Habit: The Simple Art of Growing Your Business by 15% in 15 Minutes Per Day by Alex Goldfayn Previous guests mentioned in this episode: Jill Nowacki (episodes 4, 18, 37 & 64), Maurice Smith, Brett Martinez, Bill CheneyYou can find all past episodes of The CUInsight Experience here. In This Episode:[02:15] – Mark, welcome to the show![03:03] – Mark shares tips on communication with their members and teams.[05:02] – Are you rethinking strategic planning for the future? Do you have a plan?[07:13] – Mark believes that the way members interact with credit unions will change.[09:20] – Mark shares what he thinks credit unions need to fundamentally change to stay relevant.[10:47] – What makes your credit union different in six words or fewer without using the words community, people, and service.[12:42] – Mark speaks about what he will be proud of that he and his team accomplished this year.[13:47] – What was the inspiration for you to start On The Mark Strategies?[16:35] – Marks shares how motivation has changed over the years.[19:01] – Mark discusses what his team has heard him say so often that they can finish his sentence.[20:21] – Mark says that the ability to make the tough decisions is something he has cultivated.[21:13] – Leadership is a team sport is a myth that he wants to debunk. It can be lonely at the top.[22:47] – Is there a mistake you made or one that you see young leaders making today?[23:52] – Mark shares that passion is critical is the advice they gave him along the way.[26:53] – Marks speaks about his dad leading with vision and compassion.[27:35] – Mark discusses a time when he felt over his head and was ready to throw in the towel.[28:44] – What does a typical workday look like, and what would it take to have a perfect workday?[30:25] – Mark shares what he loves to do when he has a day off and needs to recharge.[31:24] – Mark says it’s a struggle to keep his business and personal life separate.[33:08] – What was Mark like in high school and when was the first time you got into memorable trouble?[34:43] – Mark chats about wanting to be a writer when he grew up.[35:31] – Running, reading the bible, and writing in his journal is what Mark does every day, and if he doesn’t, his day is off.[36:41] – What is your favorite album of all time?[37:25] – Is there a book you think everyone should read?[38:22] – Spending time with his family has become more important, and titles are less important.[39:52] – When you hear the word success, who is the first person who comes to mind?[41:15] – Now is not the time to pause; now is the time to grow; now is the time to accelerate your growth.[42:33] – Thank you so much, Mark, for being on the show.
All Seasons Marina (within Neshaminy State Park) proposes to perform maintenance dredging, by hydraulic (cutterhead – pipeline) method, within an existing marina basin, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District, announced.The applicant is seeking a 10- year maintenance permit, with an initial dredging followed by up to three more dredging events over the ten years.Under this plan, the initial dredging would remove a maximum of 21,000 cubic yards to a design depth of -4 feet at mean low water (MLW), with up to 2 feet of allowable over-dredge, for a maximum dredging depth of -6 feet (MLW).The area initially proposed for dredging is approximately 2.73 acres out of the 13.9-acre basin.With up to 21,000 cubic yards dredged in each follow-up maintenance event within the basin, the maximum volume to be dredged over 10 years would be 84,000 cubic yards.The proposed disposal site is an existing 6.4-acre confined disposal facility (CDF) located on the property immediately to the east of the marina basin and parking lot.Public comment deadline is on June 16, 2017, USACE said.[mappress mapid=”24175″]