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Moving from “Coffee with a Mission” to “Coffee for Imagination and Fellowship”

Moving from “Coffee with a Mission” to “Coffee for Imagination and Fellowship”

The rebranding, re-missioning, and re-imagining comes in part due to some lessons we learned during our first two years of business which were designated, respectively, by a grand opening year with the typical challenges and by Covid 2020 in which our main prerogative was to simply survive. 

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The Decisions We've Been Making Lately

The Decisions We've Been Making Lately

In part one of this two blog series, I discussed some of the fundamental questions that have been going around our organization for the past several months, noting that Covid-19 and its effect on organizations and, in particular, entrepreneurial pursuits, has provided something of a silver lining. As the pandemic coincided with a rather tumultuous first year of business (as that first year often is), we really had a chance to ask some fundamental questions about who we were in the past, who we were at the present, and who we wanted to be in the future. If you haven't...

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The Questions We've Been Asking Lately

The Questions We've Been Asking Lately

The answer came: we are nothing without our community and that our proximity to that community is fundamental to answering the question of “who do we need to be?” A Drinklings 3.0 was called for and this time the central identifying element to the business was not “the coffee”, it was not “the place”, it was not even “the mission”: it was the community. 

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Why You Should Be Reading (and re-reading) 'A Letter From Birmingham Jail'

Why You Should Be Reading (and re-reading) 'A Letter From Birmingham Jail'

MLK's letter should continue to be the prophetic manifesto for those who seek racial justice and equality. It will not due to discount it as only relevant to a situational past any more than it will due to discount the Pauline epistles as only relevant to their context. 

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J.R.R. Tolkien On Fairy Stories (Part 1)

J.R.R. Tolkien On Fairy Stories (Part 1)

J.R.R. Tolkien is almost always evasive. I have a feeling that's not a sentiment he would enjoy. Like many of those that partook in the tradition of late 19th and early 20th-century British literature, Tolkien desired clarity: not clarity in the sense of merely being understood at a subjective level but clarity in the...

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