Tag Archives: perspective

Where we come from

We write and rewrite our stories every day.  It is a beautiful skill to be able to change our perspective of the past. So much happens from there to here and it is each ingredient that enhances the flavor we … Continue reading

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Putting people first

Jim Casey of United Parcel Service had a vision way back in 1916 to put people first.  To put his employees quality of life, their voice, their expression, and their overall life experience as a priority.  This vision built a … Continue reading

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GUEST BLOGGER!

-Coaching styles from athlete view Disregarding the sport one is participating in, coaching style depends on the coach and not reliant on other factors. While things like personnel and age can influence a coach’s behavior/tactics, many have a core set … Continue reading

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Looking at what is going right

I like to read a lot and get information from many sources.  Technology has made it easy to receive e-mails, facebook posts, blogs and access to all kinds of perspectives.  One source I like is called Lifehack.  Today’s post is … Continue reading

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Setbacks

Perspective really is everything.   I go back and forth with how I see setbacks.  Running into a lot of “no’s”, “not yets” and cancellations are all different setbacks.  Sometimes I get my heart broken in the process and I … Continue reading

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Footwork and Marco Antonio Barerra

I am fascinated with footwork.  To me, footwork is everything, the foundation of a boxer’s skill…. Some of the flashiest and best I think are:  Sugar Ray Leonard, Willie Pep, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Pernell Whittaker, Floyd Mayweather…..and many more of old … Continue reading

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