About this blog:
It’s Worth Noting is my personal blog. Here you’ll find information I think is worth noting regarding leadership, productivity and technology as applied to organizations and relationships. I’m energized by exploring new ideas, separating the wheat from the chaff and sharing what I learn along the way.
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I’m a husband, father and company builder. These roles take up most of my time and are the main inspiration for what I share here. I now call Boise, Idaho home. I founded the Luvo Group (a business focused on helping organizations improve their organizational health and culture), Woodpile BBQ (a mail order brisket and barbecuing lesson business) and Billy Boxes (truck bed toolboxes reimagined). I currently serve as VP of Operations for Franklin Building Supply.
How to connect:
- To stay up to date with what I share on this blog, subscribe to new posts and the podcast.
- To reach me by email, submit a contact form.
- To see who I am connected with professionally, view my LinkedIn profile.
- You can follow @levi_smith on twitter to receive links to my latest posts and other content I find valuable. I shared similar content on my Google+ profile.
- If you are a facebook user, you can view my public profile. I do not share much on my public profile. While you are free to friend me, I typically only accept requests from close friends and family to provide some separation in my online world.
My enthusiasm for food:
I enjoy trying out new restaurants and recipes with friends and family, whether around Austin or in our kitchen. If we are unable to enjoy a meal together, let me point you in the direction of some of my favorite dining spots. I’ve created a few lists and maps for you to peruse.
- Woodpile BBQ (mail order briskets, private dinners and lessons)
- Austin Business Lunch & Coffee Map
- Favorite Austin Desserts
- Texas BBQ & Cafe Roadtrip Map
- My Favorite Dining Spots
- My Favorite Plates
- Visit my Toolkit for links to some of my favorite books, apps, videos and other useful tools.
- Visit my Organizational Health and Culture Resources page for recommended books, tools, training and other resources for improving your organization.