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The Huddle: Nothing Beats a Team

The sights and sounds of summer are arguably the best of the year. Ask most anyone and they will list summer as one of their favorite times of year. If you ask why, you will get a variety of answers. Some will cite the long, sunny days filled with enjoying time at the beach. Others…

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The Powerful Lesson of 3:59.4

This article is part of “The Huddle” series by Frank Agin On May 6th, 1954, an unidentified announcer gave the results for the recently completed race in a track and field meet being held at Oxford University. As he uttered “In the one-mile run, with a first place winning time of three-minutes …,” the crowd…

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Stand Tall, Or Bow To A King…What Would You Do?

This is a guest article in “The Huddle” series by Frank Agin: The crowning spectacle of any Olympic Games is the opening ceremonies. No matter what Olympic sport of which you happen to be a fan (or even if you are a fan of no sport at all), this exhibition is captivating, entertaining and inspiring….

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The Huddle: Why Giving May Be Your Greatest Victory

Do you want to have a strong, productive network? I am talking about a network where opportunities, information and energy seem to continually flow to you.   Is that what you want?  If you do, the secret is to give to those around you. Your response (even if only in your mind) might be, “What? Give!…

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Networking Miracles: Three Principles That Make You a Believer

Admit it: Whenever you embark on networking you hope (even deep down inside) that your actions and activities connect you to someone or something that leads you to wondrous (almost miraculous) results.  This, then, begs the question – using sport announcer Al Michaels famous call – do you believe in miracles?…which is a wonderful segue…

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