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Profiles in Excellence: Siri Lindley

“Winning the world title validated this truth: If you want something badly enough – if the desire dwells deep in your bones, and you are committed to facing any obstacle with tenacity, and courage – you will prevail. I am living proof of this beautiful, abiding truth.” - Siri Lindley

I first learned about Siri Lindley when she was interviewed by Tony Robbins on his podcast. To be a featured guest on his show tells you this woman must be exceptional in some way, and she doesn’t disappoint.   Lindley is a former professional triathlete with an impressive list of accomplishments: 2001 International Triathlon Union (ITU)…

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Focusing on Success – A New Approach to the New Year

"Remember to celebrate milestones as you prepare for the road ahead." - Nelson Mandela

  I used to have very mixed emotions about the New Year. On the one hand, January 1st represented a chance to start over, reevaluate my life, and set new goals or resolutions to make the next year better. Thinking about how much progress I could make with 365 days in front of me fired…

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Profiles in Excellence: Diana Nyad

“Whatever your Other Shore is, whatever you must do, whatever inspires you, you will find a way to get there.” - Diana Nyad

  Diana Nyad is best known for being the first person to swim non-stop from Cuba to Key West, Florida without a shark cage – 110.86 miles in 52 hours and 54 minutes (no sleep, no rest breaks). And she did it in 2013, when she was 64 years old. That alone qualifies her as…

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Clearing Mental Clutter: Overcoming Self Doubt

"I have self-doubt. I have insecurity. I have fear of failure. I have nights when I show up at the arena and I'm like, 'My back hurts, my feet hurt, my knees hurt. I don't have it. I just want to chill.' We all have self-doubt. You don't deny it, but you also don't capitulate to it. You embrace it." - Kobe Bryant

  I’m a world-class procrastinator. No kidding. If they ever make procrastination an Olympic event, I could be on the podium. Maybe not gold, but at least silver or bronze. I’m that good. Unfortunately, there’s not much of a demand for world-class procrastinators, so I’ve been trying to kick the habit. When I started to…

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