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Kill them with Kindness

Always keep your composure when dealing with the public. There may be times that they may be upset with your performance. Remember they have no idea how we work, so a simple explanation in a calm manner will defuse most incidents. Above all do not lie, give factual information and if you are unsure contact the BC they will get answers. Kill them with kindness.See More
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Gaining the Readership Edge

Gaining the Readership Edge is not about spending time with your nose in the latest trade journal. Sure they all offer great information, with many great writers who have invested lots of time and effort putting pen to paper to educate others. No what we are talking about in Gaining the Readership Edge is the ability to take that book knowledge and applying it to the real-world. We all know that in competitive sports, second place is the first loser.  Athletes (amateur or professional) all seek…See More

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Kill them with Kindness

Posted by David Polikoff on October 9, 2015 at 6:51am

Fitness testing – a necessary Good?

Posted by The First Twenty on October 7, 2015 at 3:30pm

Knowing What You Don’t Know

Posted by Stephen Raclaw on October 5, 2015 at 9:00pm

Past and Present

Posted by Douglas Mitchell, Jr. on October 4, 2015 at 4:15pm

Master the Basics

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Gaining the Readership Edge

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Perception versus Reality

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