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Quintuple Tips and Ideas

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October 14, 2018

To all our quintuple athletes for DECAMAN USA, here are some race tips and ideas!

Under : quintuple, deca race, deca, marathon, ultramarathon

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Are Your Business Sales Lagging? Evaluate your Questions

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September 24, 2018

How is your year coming along with regards to your top line revenue? If you are a business owner or sales professional and your sales are dragging, consider what questions you are asking. More important, have you perfected the “pause” while listening.

Under : business strategy, business planning, business coaching, sales

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The Power of A Hand Gesture – Wave Hello For 30 Days

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August 22, 2018

As we roll into the fall here in the US, it’s always of time for the last push toward year end with the kids back in school, vacations ending and a refocus of getting business results finalized before year end. Something you might notice in your community is that with everyone back to the normal routine (post vacation/summer) many individuals are walking their pups, biking (more concentrated rush hour traffic) and enjoying the cooler fall weather outside.

Under : back to school, hand gesture, wave, body language, smile

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5 Tips for Preparing for the DECAMANUSA - 1 Ironman per day format

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August 07, 2018

The challenges in the 1x10 and 1x5 DECA have well been documented by athletes over the years that have finished this event. The format of one Ironman per day with a 24 hour time cutoff on the surface does not sound that bad.

Under : sleep deprivation, endurance racing, triathlon, triathlete, decamanusa, deca, deca race

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2018 Tour Divide Thoughts, Highlights and Differences From Trans Am Bike Race

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July 26, 2018

It’s been two weeks since the finish of one of the hardest endurance events in my career – The Tour Divide and its finally starting to sink in. I have reflected of the month long journey and the following highlights might offer some insights to the event if you are considering it in the future. As many of you know, I don’t write detailed race reports, but shorter summaries of the learning lessons so you can use some ideas and of course not make the same mistakes as me! I will never forget this brutal event as it was my 3rd 30-day endurance race (Triple DECA Ironman, Trans Am and Tour Divide) and it offered plenty of surprises and challenges along the way.

Under : ultramarathon, Cycling, endurance racing

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Writing Your Personal Autobiography – 6 Great Benefits

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May 03, 2018

Have you ever considered writing your personal autobiography? It might be inspiring to examine all the things that happened though your childhood and life. The purpose is not necessarily to tell the world about everything you have or have not done as much as it’s a personal reflection of the memories that shaped your character.

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Mindfulness is the key to staying in the present

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April 27, 2018

I have read a few books on Mindfulness and seen that there are potential solution for keeping a balance to my hectic life. While perusing through the magazine rack at Whole Foods, I came across a new magazine titled Mindfulness. It’s well worth checking out and offers content rich articles related to techniques, examples and building a personal mindfulness practice.

Under : mindfulness, accountability, business coaching, business coach, business strategy, journal, goal setting, goals achievement, executive coach

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What's Your Track Record?  Weekend contemplation

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February 02, 2018

We hear the term track record mentioned continuously from the investment community as financial organizations promote track records to entice investors to pony up monies into their products. As any objective adviser would mention while reading the investment disclaimer - past performance in no indication of future results.

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Home Office - Top 5 Simple Tips for Productivity

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January 24, 2018

 

Do you have a home office? It does not matter if you are an entrepreneur, work in your pajamas technology employee or 1099 subcontractor, setting up your home office correctly is important, but making sure that the home office does not run your life in many cases, is the bigger challenge.

 

Under : taxation, productivity, entrepreneurship

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Creativity, Passion Won’t Pay The Rent – 5 Business Tips for Creative Folks 

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January 15, 2018

The concept of transforming a creative idea toward a real business is the goal for so many up and coming entrepreneurs and dreamers. Creativity is defined as, the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work. Creativity, while a key asset in a business does not necessarily guarantee success.

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