Category Archives: Learning

Random 6 am Thoughts in the Shower after a Sluggish Workout


What will I do with the rest of today? John Maxwell’s Daily Reader challenged me to expect the best for 30 days and that sure didn’t work out on my “I feel like walking” 4 mile run slog. Jesus Calling … 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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Engagement Tip of the Week – Insist or Persist?


Would you rather be known as persistent or insistent? Why not both? Here’s one way to be both and have both terms be viewed as a compliment.   Here’s looking at you!          

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The No Loss Gain


“I lost 64 pounds and have nothing to show for it” was my first thought while reading my annual workout summary for 2014…….. Continue reading

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Getting Something From Nothing!


“I am not good at doing nothing,” declared my wife, Laura, during our morning conversation.  I smiled and agreed that taking time to just relax and leave your “to do list” mentality was especially difficult for her.  I had put … Continue reading

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