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Coyle and Uptown Girl untouchable at Mullingar

Derry’s Daniel Coyle and Linzi Johnstons ‘Uptown Girl’ have won the 140m at Mullingar International Horse show. The combination were 6 seconds faster than runner up Catherine Thornton and ‘Derryinver Luxury Cruise’in a time of 76.21. 49 more words

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The Little Book of Talent, by Daniel Coyle

The premise of this book is that talent is not inborn but can be acquired by making right kind of effort. The amount of time spent in learning is irrelevant if it doesn’t results in progress. 337 more words

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Daren Hopkins and Mister Cruise win TRM/Horseware Louth County National Grand Prix

Junior Mayo rider Daren Hopkins and ‘Mister Cruise’ won the first leg of the 2015 TRM/Horseware National Grand Prix at Louth County show yesterday evening. This is Daren’s first big win at senior level and we are sure it will be one of many. 88 more words

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The Talent Code

The Talent Code: Greatness Isn’t Born. It’s Grown. Here’s How. by Daniel Coyle, 4/5

Exploring the manifestations of talent in diverse subjects that range from Brazilian footballers to the Brontë sisters, Coyle proposes three factors that give rise to all the athletic, musical and mental skills that seem so innate and unattainable to us otherly-gifted: deep practice, ignition, and master coaching.  317 more words

Book Reviews

Professionals in Philanthropy Storytelling workshop

Professionals in Philanthropy (PiP) workshop information:

 

Once Upon a Time…

There was a powerful group of women and men who were determined to make a difference in the world. 383 more words

Non-profit Management

Deliberate Practice

As a coach, I do a lot of reading of how to improve my practices and make them more efficient and effective. Efficiency from the standpoint of having little to no wasted time, while keeping everyone engaged and focused on the task at hand. 272 more words

Fulfillment

Life Hacks for Left-Brain Thinkers

Those who identify as “left-brain” thinkers tend to be more on the analytic and logical side of the spectrum of thought. Law, finance, engineering and the sciences are some of the many industries that those analytical types tend to fall into. 391 more words

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