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Objective and Outcome

What is the objective? What is the expected outcome? Objective and outcome; two of the most important concepts in training, are also important in everyday conversation. I was recently talking to an acquaintance, who was greatly exaggerating everything he said. As a matter of fact, I suspect this young man lives in a Walter Mitty

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When Failure Isn’t Failure

Below is a video of Bob Fisher, who holds 14 world records in free throw shooting. I know about him because he lives just a short motorcycle ride from my home town. I am writing about him because of something the Topeka Capitol Journal quoted him saying: “With our brain, the key word is elasticity.

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What’s in a name?

“Hi, my name is Tori, I’ll be your server.” “Hi Tori, my name is Marvin, and this is Rebecca.” So began an encounter at a restaurant recently. I wanted Tori to know that I saw her as a person, not simply “your server,” and I wanted Tori to know that we were Marvin and Rebecca,

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Being Stupid

Published on February 5, 2013 by in Jokes

Several years ago, when my boys were younger, I took them to one of the national haircut chains. We walked in and I said, “We would like three haircuts and a beard trim.” The receptionist asked our names. “Joel, Glenn, and Marvin.” “And which one gets the beard trim?” “I do.” “And you are .

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