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In the Saddle, In the World

“No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle.” – Winston Churchill The greatest challenge is not in learning lessons, but in applying them in as many other areas of your life as you can in the … Continue reading

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Subtler Ways

Subtler Ways by Gregg Hake I asked my steed to lift me high, “Collect yourself, give it a try!” He weaved and bobbed and said “I shan’t” I bid him more, he said “I can’t.” So once again another day … Continue reading

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It’s the principle of the matter

Mountain biking is an incredible sport. It is physically, mentally and emotionally demanding and I love every minute of it. Best of all, it’s something you can do with friends. It is a highly technical sport, demanding balance, strength, agility, … Continue reading

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Forward-Upward!

Circumstances have a wonderful way of letting you know if you’re on the right or the wrong track. They provide useful feedback that, thoughtfully reviewed, compels changes in approach or direction and occasionally in underlying orientation. Those in the habit … Continue reading

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Volition and Spirit

The pace of personal growth is directly related to the ability to apply lessons learned in one area of living to as many others as fitting and as time permits. These are the “aha” moments or personal victories, the magical … Continue reading

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Simplest Terms

Even the most difficult problems can be overcome if you approach them in the right way. One of the many life lessons I’ve found to be extremely valuable is the fact that you can parlay success in one area of … Continue reading

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