Scott Meyer

Podcast: Fill a room, not a list

Fargo’s own Greg Tehven has made it his life’s mission to make Fargo the greatest city on earth. Rather than build a list of residents to email about upcoming events, he focuses on building relationships. As he notes, this is a generational project and much like the Lutheran Church where he grew up, he’s in…

Podcast: The imagination differentiation

Hello and happy 4th of July weekend to readers in the United States! Since it is a holiday weekend for many of us, we wanted to try something different this week by offering a podcast and video for you to enjoy during your long drive or after scarfing up copious amount of picnic foods. If…

Podcast: Developing a Community with Pamela Slim

Communities have exactly what they need to develop but just need a connection or a push. This weekend Fargo is getting a push with the arrival of the Misfit Conference. Over a hundred creatives are descending on the town of Fargo to share ideas of what is possible when creativity and passion combine. In this…

Podcast: The net neutrality debate and rural communities

Digital technology provides an opportunity for local business to compete on equal footing. Now the FCC wants to discriminate against local. In this week’s episode of Digital Homesteading, we take a deep dive on the debate around net neutrality and what it means for rural communities. As you’ll learn, this is not the first time…

Podcast: What Makes a Community Great?

Welcome to Digital Homesteading This is our first Digital Homesteading podcast episode shared with the Emerging Prairie audience, and we’re excited to ask an important question: What Makes a Community Great? In this episode, travel across the ocean to Guernsey where Marc Winn and a cadre of world changers are aiming for nothing short of societal reinvention…