Why Running A Business Is A Marathon And Not A Sprint

by Jan Olof Nilsson Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports
A business is a marathon in five crucial ways It seems to be a well-used statement to say that running a business is a marathon and not a sprint. It sounds nice, and indeed it is a statement that brings your attention. However, what does it mean when you say that a business is a marathon. There are thousands of articles trying to explain in different ways why it’s a marathon you’re into, and they are all right. Even if you have ...
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The Day Before Running a Marathon and Starting an Online Business

by Jan Olof Nilsson Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports
Running a marathon and starting an online business follows the same procedure By running a marathon and starting an online business, you will learn something that will surprise you. They are such different activities, but at the same time, they follow exactly the same strategy pattern. Tomorrow I will run my second marathon this year and the marathon number 21 since the beginning almost 10 years ago. The immediate reaction from people would be that “You must be crazy to start training for ...
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FIVE techniques to finding your ONE life purpose.

by Omar Almajali Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement
What is my purpose? That question is on the tips of many tongues these days. While a lucky few are born with a clear knowledge of their purpose—like the rare child prodigy—many of us are faced with the challenge of “doing the work” to uncover the sense of passion and purpose that lead to a fulfilling and rewarding life that we love living. Fortunately, there are many experts in the field of personal development that have paved the way by creating exercises and processes ...
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You Are Never Too Old

by Jan Olof Nilsson Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
Age is a f***ing number and you are never too old for anything How often do you hear somebody say that you are never too old? To be honest, quite seldom, right? But how often do people insinuate that you are too old to something you have in mind? Our society is configured in a certain way, and we have a tendency to group ages in different categories. It goes from everything from the way to dress to the way we “should” ...
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The Magic Formula for Running Your Online Business Like a Marathon Training

by Jan Olof Nilsson Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports
Your Online Business will be a success when you know how to train for a marathon Marathon training shares the same strategy as your online business. Don’t worry! This article will not convince you to be a marathon runner. However, having knowledge about how to run 42.2K (26.2 miles) without falling apart, will be useful when creating your online business. In a recent post, the word leverage was the glue between marathon training and entrepreneurship. In another article, we compare the similarities between the marathon ...
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6 Steps to Leverage Marathon Running and Entrepreneurship

by Jan Olof Nilsson Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
Marathon running and entrepreneurship have more in common than what you think. You need guts to practice marathon running and entrepreneurship at the same time. On the other hand, they have so much in common that leveraging the two activities will save you a lot of time and effort. If you belong to the big group of baby boomers as I do, marathon running and entrepreneurship most probably do not fit into the frame you’re familiar to. How were we educated? Go to school, ...
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It's time to start blowing your own trumpet!

by Roger Moisan Arts and Entertainment, Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
It's never too early or too late to start blowing your own trumpet with this beginner trumpet pack from Gear4Music. Sound a fanfare to announce to the world that you are loud and proud (A brassy £119.99 inc VAT) Student Trumpet, Gold by Gear4music + Beginner Pack. OverviewThe Gold Trumpet Beginner Pack by Gear4music includes a high grade musical instrument with authentic features, as well as all of the accessories you need to get started. This pack is perfect for the ...
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How to improve your sax life quickly!

by Roger Moisan Arts and Entertainment, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
You can dramatically spice up your sax life with this brilliant starter pack from Gear4Music. (A very saxy £289.99 inc VAT) Alto Saxophone Complete Package, Gold. OverviewOur Alto Saxophone Complete Package features the Alto Saxophone by Gear4music; an attractive instrument with a vintage effect polished body and key work, giving you a great combination of sound and style at an incredibly competitive price. Included is a hard carry case, pad saver, instrument strap, mouthpiece 1 pack of 10 x Rico reeds, ...
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An electric guitar is for life, not just for Christmas!

by Roger Moisan Arts and Entertainment, Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
It's something you've always wanted but never been able to justify. Yes, your own electric guitar! You can have it all with this starter pack from Gear4Music, everything you need to become a Rock Star Legend in your own bedroom. Go on, treat yourself. (It's only £99.99 inc VAT) LA Electric Guitar + Amp Pack, Black. OverviewThe LA Electric Guitar + Amp Pack provides everything you need to get started! The LA Guitar by Gear4music is a sleek, versatile guitar that can ...
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Mountainbike Kring Göteborg

by Alexander Borjesson Travel and Leisure, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports
Fin, flowy singletrack med inslag av stenkistor och rotmattor för att ge lite extra krydda till cyklingen är nog något varje MTB-cyklist drömmer om. Att det även ska ligga nära till hands så man enkelt kan ta sig till den ligger nog även det högt upp på önskelistan. Precis det här erbjuds ifall du sticker ut och kör Mountainbike kring Göteborg.    Den lättillgängliga skogen i kombination med många friluftsmänniskor gör skogarna runt Göteborg perfekt för mountainbike-cykling. Stigar att cykla på finns i ...
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Team work makes the dream work. 

by Florianne Menager Recreation and Sports
Here’s the beginning of a mini Serie about team bonding and fun days out.      Our team Don’t know about you but I personally find that most of my friends nowadays are amongst the amazing people I met at work, and I always get excited about throwing out work events.   Though people are immensely busy with their day to day life, the prospect of a fun day out sounds extremely appealing. My secret is: do it as often as you possibly can as some ...
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Milford Sound Hike - almost made it....

by Yolunda Walker Internet and Businesses Online, Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports
Travelling Solo in my 40s why not I could do this...My daughter and son had left home - for the moment at least doing their thing  was working in Hospitality, while also  doing Therapeutic massage from home which  I loved, helping people with ailments, but I yearned for some adventure, some fun. I was Living in Noosa, Queensland  an awesome place to be, lots of sun, surrounded by National Parks and the ocean, what more could you want? My lifetime dream was ...
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World Water Ski Competitions 2018

by David and Pat Sitko Relationships, Recreation and Sports
Wow what an amazing Waterski Show. The 6 countries represented were Canada, U.S., Australia, China, Belgium, & Germany. Each country had a theme.  Canada-Las Vegas Wedding.  US- Super Heros.     Australia- The Toy Story.   China- Chinese Foods.  Belguim-James Bond     Germany- Octoberfest. All had unique announcers to keep the audience on the edge of their chairs (if they had one) many people sat on rocks or stairs. The performing teams arrived days prior to the competition to practice their accomp[ished routines & water ...
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How You Easily Can Create Useful Habits In 3 Simple Steps

by Jan Olof Nilsson Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
To create useful habits is much easier than what you think it is You probably try to create useful habits in your life every now and then. However, it’s more common that we fail to stick to the habits. There are many theories of what is needed to really create useful habits and to stick with them. In a previous article, the topic is analyzed from one particular angle. The “big stones” first. In this post, we are going to make it ...
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Challenges of Living your Passion

by David and Pat Sitko Business, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement
Becoming an Expert at anything takes a lot of commitment and hard work. Our granddaughter has that work ethic and focus instilled in her, she absolutely LOVES dancing. When she is not performing at a competition she spends hours at the dance studio or is practicing around the house. She also spends a lot of time watching videos of other dancers to improve the choreography of her dances. The willingness to learn & make necessary changes is key to becoming an expert. We live in ...
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5 Things You Must Do To Successfully Run A Marathon Like Your Business (Part 2 of 2)

by Jan Olof Nilsson Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Reference and Education
Plan your marathon like your business and take advantage of the synergies When you program your next marathon like your business things will start to show up, you didn’t know about before. This is the second and last part of the series about the must do things to implement to successfully run a marathon like your business. If you missed the first part, click here and read it. Tomorrow I will be running my next marathon which also will be my marathon ...
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5 Things You Must Do To Successfully Run A Marathon Like Your Business (Part 1 of 2)

by Jan Olof Nilsson Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
To run a marathon like your business. Can that make sense? To run a marathon like your business could be something new to you. You probably know about how to do business like a marathon. But the other way around, how is that? With only six days left to my marathon number 20, Mexico City International Marathon, the heavy training is over and now comes the final fine-tuning before the race date. Often I notice the similarities between marathon running and entrepreneurship. There ...
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Creating Memories Through Camping

by Linda Mountford Recreation and Sports, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
As a mother of three daughters and a grandmother to two boys, come the school holidays, it's always been a challenge as to how to keep them occupied. Yes there are theme parks that can give you thrills a minute, and yes there are science museums that you can interact with displays and get static in your hair, but these are soon over and the cries of "I'm bored" are never far away. With my daughters all grown up, it is ...
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Singing Is Good For Your Mental Health and Wellbeing

by Linda Mountford Arts and Entertainment, Home Based Business, Recreation and Sports
Glee, the TV series started in 2009. It was a show set in an American high school about the school choir and their individual stories. This show made singing in a choir cool and many choirs sprouted up on the back of it. Studies have shown that singing in a choir is good for your mental health and wellbeing, and I will be discussing how and why this is. The Glee show was a feel good show and it started the year ...
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7 Ways To Bring Out The Inner Child In You

by Linda Mountford Relationships, Recreation and Sports, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
We all need to let our inner child play out once in awhile. Doing some fun activities that we probably haven't done since we were a child. Then we can come back and re-focus with renewed energy and vigour. Ready to take on the world!  Here are 7 ways you can do that; Paddle in the sea Even if you've got long trousers on. Let them get wet. Stop being so sensible! Look how children love running along the shore edge chasing the ...
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