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Shark Theory

May 31, 2021

I'm hours away from my First olympic triathlon of the year.  Since covid made racing get cancelled last year, I had pregame jitters at the packet pick up yesterday. When I get nerves, I look around to make sure I "look" faster than some competitors.  But judgement is dangerous and today we discuss why.

In this episode,...

May 28, 2021

My sister just finished building a brand new house.  While she waited for it to finish being built, she's been my neighbor for the last few months.  As she closes tomorrow and moves, I think bout how different things will be with her no longer being in close proximity to me.  Success works the same way.  The closer you...

May 27, 2021

With only 5 days until my first Olympic Triathlon of the season, the unthinkable happened...I had a bicycle crash....and learned a lot.

In this episode, we'll discuss:

  1. Changing the narrative of Tragedy
  2. Controlling your Fight or Flight Response
  3. How to bounce back from downfalls

May 26, 2021

Yesterday I went to a Golf Swing Analysis where a bunch of high speed cameras look at the angles of your body and find inefficiencies in your swing My swing needs a lot of work but the number one thing I learned to focus on... how I finish.  That's true in golf and in life.

In this episode, we'll discuss:

  1. Setting a...

May 25, 2021

Headlines read, "Simone Biles just completed Yurchenko Double Pike," a move that no woman has ever completed in a gymnastics competition. What is that move, You ask? I have no idea, but when I watched it, it didn't seem that impressive. The fallacy of being judged by uniformed people is that they minimize our...