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Lets practice for the new years resolutions...

Sitting with my pink toy realizing that I’m out of excuses to not blog, as me not liking the phone app and my old computer being broken is what I used to myself for an excuse. 430 more words


that hover, wild and pale

Fragmentary Stars

 So wide the wells of darkness sink,
These having their own light, that are lost with the light,
Appear immersed in mournfulness over the night, 86 more words

Seven signs of a productive meeting.

Meetings will make or break your project. Don’t hesitate to shake up or decommission teams that aren’t working out. Here are seven ideals to shoot for. 212 more words

Influence & Leadership

Seven keys to compelling presentations.

We all present, whether in meetings, explanations, or conversations. Each time we present, we’re wielding influence. Here are seven ways to strengthen your influence.

1. Know your stuff. 335 more words

Influence & Leadership

Session Reflections: 20/11/2017

This is a reflection of the session shown in this post.

What worked?

This session felt a little so-so as in nothing stood out as being a huge success (not every session has to have that), but again I was pleased with the format of the warm-up as I have settled on a format and exercise focus that I feels give the players exposure to many important components such as balance, neck work and movement exercises as well as including skill work that not only prepares them for the session to come but ticks a lot of boxes in terms of necessary physical and skill prep. 669 more words


87ers, NBA G League provide world-class fan experience through partnerships

The NBA G League has more than tripled in size since it debuted with eight teams during the 2001-02 season. Last season, nearly 1.5 million fans attended games, marking the eighth straight year the league has surpassed 1 million fans. 119 more words


Session Reflections: 05/11/2017

This is a reflection of the session shown in this post.

What Worked?

Conpared with last week’s session, the flow was much better from the staticness of pass basics to warm up, to game and finally into the open skill environment of the 3v2 with the peak in intensity was a solid progression. 440 more words