Going BIG is hard, but we can learn from Emily Fayette: after going under 3-hours for her first marathon, she decided to shoot for the Olympics.read more
After a not so great year I’m dusting myself off, setting positive goals and exploring new and old ideas to get 2019 off on the right footing.read more
How teamwork, commitment and a whole lot of balls took Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody from near death by critics and executives to the top of the charts.read more
Tina Turner restarted her music career when she was in her late 30s. Her story has three important lessons for people considering jumping jobs in midlife.read more
To take life and career changing risks you have to be comfortable with failure; and that is best learned through painfully lived experiences.read more
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