Most of your decisions in life are made pre-consciously in a micro-moment, before you are even aware of it. These decisions are dictated by the three factors of the micro-moment that you can learn to control. Seventeen years. It doesn’t feel like I’ve been living in Nashville that long, but this month marks my first…


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I’ve always been smaller than the majority of my competition ever since a young age. This motivated me to work harder on my techniques and fundamentals in order to compete with the “big boys.” Being vertically challenged was actually a blessing in disguise in that it forced me to compensate with great footwork and technique….


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WHAT BEING A BEAST MEANS TO ME… For most of my life I’ve been called a Beast. Standing 6’7” and weighing an athletic 255 lbs. during my fifteen seasons as a professional athlete–the Beast nickname seemed fitting. But it’s only been this last year since I’ve felt like one. That was the time that the “Be…


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The word “surrender” is typically a term associated with defeat or failure. Historically, when someone is at war with someone else and has had enough, they throw up the white flag signaling that the war or battle is over and that the opponent has won. With that in mind, the title of this post might…


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10 Most Valuable Lessons I’ve Learned During The Past 8 Years: By Tony Bodoh, Extreme Focus Certified Coach Eight years ago I left Corporate America and started my customer experience-consulting firm. As I sit here reflecting on the last eight years, my mind is swimming with all that I’ve been through and all that I’ve…


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