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Known to Unknown

I had two conversations yesterday that carried a common thread. While I was the common denominator in both, the principle outlined came from my riding coach and a new business associate, not from me. I couldn’t help but notice the … Continue reading

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A Team of Stallions

I had the good pleasure of attending Cavalia’s Odysseo in Atlanta yesterday evening and the performance was riveting! Our tickets came with a tour of the stables and an opportunity to ask questions of the show’s Equestrian Director, Benjamin Aillaud, … Continue reading

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Success is Optional

“Success is a science; if you have the conditions, you get the result.” ~ Oscar Wilde A perfectly aligned set of circumstances is more often the exception than the rule. Resources are frequently insufficient, tools are disorganized, agreements are not … Continue reading

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Kinetic Fluidity

Have you ever stumbled across a realization in one area of your life that unlocks the door to understanding in another? This can occur with relative frequency to the degree that you view your life holistically, rather than as a … Continue reading

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Mastery, Practice and Subtlety

The French have a saying: “Qui trop embrasse, mal etreint” which means, “he who embraces too much, has a weak grasp.” What does it take to move from being a “Jack of all trades, master of none” to being a master … Continue reading

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Shortcut or Efficiency?

Shortcuts are never advisable but the most efficient path always is.  No doubt we’ve all been humbled by a shortcut that turned into the long way around.  Shortcuts, the attempt to skip over critical elements in a process to achieve the end … Continue reading

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