Apr 30, 2018 2:12:00 PM

Tender Green Shoots—Protecting your Hard Earned Progress

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Creativity as Courage

You are a genius!

Well, anyway, you probably used to be…

But here is the reality: there is a creative genius inside of you. We all have one. But after years of socialization—first at school, later at work—that genius has been suppressed.

Tapping...

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The Olympics: Citius, Altius, Fortius — a bounty of human inspiration

The Winter Olympics are here! And the the world has gathered in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Ostensibly the Olympics are about global competition, and indeed the world gathers it’s very best for two weeks of international competition. But...

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Bode Miller— As Fast as the Natural Universe Will Allow

Bode Miller is the most successful male American alpine ski racer of all time. He may also be the most innovative. He once strapped a snowboard onto each foot so that he could experience “skis” with more sidecut.

But where did he discover his...

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Jessie Diggins: Fierce Kindness, Relentless Positivity

No US woman has ever won a cross country ski medal in the Olympics. Ever.

Jessie Diggins just might change that in Pyeongchang. 

She’s already set a new high water mark for US woman with two 5th place finishes—in the skiathlon and in the 10k...

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Knowing When You Have Arrived: The Family Road Trip

 

Chevrolet recently conducted a survey on family road trips where 93 percent of all parents say they like or love taking road trips with their family. And 90 percent of kids admitted to like

spending time on the road with their families. This is...

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Leading with a Healthy Outlook

 

Today’s workplace is complicated—regardless of the industry. And although businesses may look different from the outside, when you examine each at their core you’ll come to realize that each company is similar; where there is high demand for...

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