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Life of ambition

Complacency feels like death to me. The definition is:  self-satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies–an instance of usually unaware or uninformed self-satisfaction When I was in management at UPS, I think I was the most complacent … 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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Holiday Road Trip

I’m not sure if I’ve started a tradition or not.  But last year and this year I took epic road trips to Steamboat Springs, CO.  It takes anywhere from 18 to 24 hours depending on the variables of weather, alertness … Continue reading

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Constructive Dissatisfaction

Previous to my coaching life, I worked for United Parcel Service.  Anyone who knows me, knows I do everything 100% or more.  Such was the case for me in the brown army.  I “bled brown” just as I bleed boxing … Continue reading

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