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My Olympic-sized Hard Shell
When you grow up making your own Olympic Podium out of tables and chairs as part of your dream of winning your own Olympic medal someday, nowhere in that equation is there a doctor telling you that you will never... - Found June 30, 2008
Putting a New Face on Business - The Creation of a Caring Corporation
No one, who has ever followed a dream, has taken a direct, unobstructed path and arrived at his or her destination effortlessly and on time. Following a dream is not a direct highway but a bumpy road full of... - Found December 10, 2008
Reasons to be proud
I went into Turin Games with the uneasy feeling that America's "heroes" were certain athletes who were a little too free in expressing their less-than-exemplary behaviors. But as the games come to a close, the - Found June 28, 2008
Reflection of Motivation
Motivation is what inspires you or catalyzes you. It is your aspiration, your hopes, your passion, your desire, your incentive and your dream. Motivation is what gets you out of bed in the morning and gets you through... - Found October 07, 2008
Special bond
Most people would assume that a 20-year-old guy would be ecstatic to hear that he had just been named to the U.S. Olympic Team. However, there were mixed emotions for aerialist Jeret "Speedy" Peterson when he got that... - Found September 10, 2008
The Phone Call
I was nervous. I was having what I considered a medical emergency. I was experiencing some sharp abdominal pain and found blood in my urine. My family doctor had recommended several specialists that I should call and... - Found June 30, 2008
Top 10 Ways to Create and Manage Opportunity
Our good friend, Dr. Philip Humbert, offers some outstanding advice on how to create and manage opportunity: Most of us are used to the concepts of risk management or time management. Many of the same principles can be... - Found September 21, 2008
UNDER PRESSURE - Not just another day at the office
I was once asked what the most appropriate song would be to represent the athlete's emotions at the Olympic Games -- and the only song to pop in my head was David Bowie and Queen's song "Under Pressure". I don't think... - Found June 28, 2008
What if...
My stomach dropped as I saw American >Lindsey Jacobellis cross the finish line here in the debut of women's snowboa - Found September 10, 2008
You Don't Have to Look Before You Leap
At age five, I was so inspired by the perfect routines of Nadia Comaneci on the uneven parallel bars at the Olympic Games in Montreal, that I made my own gold medal platform out of the living room furniture. I had... - Found June 28, 2008
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