Category Archives: Continuous Improvement

Blow Up To Go Up!


Are you a linebacker or a balloonist? This question came to me listening to an audiobook while watching conference championship football…… Continue reading

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Putting your brain in the fast lane!


The wider the lane, the faster the brain can get to what you already retained. Continue reading

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To move up, listen up!


What one skill is available to all of us and is utilized poorly by almost all of us? Continue reading

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Pareto and Lap Swimming in the Work Pool


Listening to my buddy, Chris Klinger’s Minutespiration vlog on the Pareto Principle, Do You Pareto?, I noticed how my interval was a small part of my workout, but it makes all the difference in my performance. So why not apply it a 20% interval into my work day and see if I get an 80% return? Continue reading

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Your Anaerobic Work Threshold


Our Masters swim/triathlon coach sent us a workout designed to improve our performance… If this approach makes sense for my running or swimming, why not apply it for my work? Continue reading

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Do You Go to the GO TO Place Every Day?


When you go to work each day, do you drive to the “GO TO” company in your business?…… Continue reading

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Poor Richard’s Healthcare Prescription


As a result of three decisions, both chosen independently, we both have the most important benefit of all, a healthy outlook about the future.
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