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Lessons Learned From Marathon Runners

Lessons Learned From Marathon Runners
The problem I continue to see in my coaching and consulting with runners is when time goals are selected that aren’t based on current fitness, actual training adaptation or performances along the way. Sometimes the number becomes a means to motivate and may not match...
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First Have An Idea Then Mine Your Data

First Have An Idea Then Mine Your Data
“There’s a creative moment when you think of a hypothesis, maybe it’s that interest rate data drives” currency rates, she says. “So we think about that first before we mine the data.  We don’t mine the data to come up with ideas.” Lady Braga Steps...
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Ya Gotta Know What Is Normal

Ya Gotta Know What Is Normal
TaKaDu’s software establishes a baseline of “normal behavior” within each network.  The better it understands normal patterns of water flow throughout the day, the more accurately it can detect aberrations that indicate a leak or a burst. It knows that water flows are highest in...
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The Power Behind The Power Of Positive Thinking

The Power Behind The Power Of Positive Thinking
According to neuroscientist Tali Sharot of University College, London, the group of people who turn out to be more accurate about predicting how long it will take to complete tasks — and how likely they are to succeed — are the clinically depressed.  Optimists underestimate...
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