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The Dichotomy of Email.

Your daily routine now until death do us part, includes checking email.  You probably check your email before you get out of bed, feed your kids or even before your morning bathroom visit.  This says a lot about where the subconscious mind is being carted.  Or how about the multi-tasking, time-saving effort of checking and […]


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Coaching through a Recession

It doesn’t take long to see or hear signs of an economic recession in the media, on social media, in your monthly balances or in client conversations. Some businesses are heavily impacted, others not at all. Wikipedia states: “In economics, a recession is a business cycle contraction. It is a general slowdown in economic activity.” […]


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The Entrepreneur’s Resumé

I am an entrepreneur. You may be, or wish not to be or are scared to be, an entrepreneur. Funny thing is, I think I’d be scared to be an employee. I don’t know if I could handle the confines of a work place where I wasn’t somewhat in control of my flow. I have […]


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A Goal for Nationals

Last weekend, the cycling directors and super-hero volunteers of Winnipeg held the very prestigious Canadian Cyclocross Nationals. I was a participant in this event as the National competition was my big goal throughout the 2015 cycling season. At times I did not know if I was a worthy participant for this National caliber of race. […]


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Today I used a Coach

Today I used a Coach. By my definition, I used a Coach to help me with the mental preparation and technical strategy on the bike and race course for today’s Provincial cyclocross final. I already use the services of an Executive Coach for my business, however I never considered myself worthy of a cycling Coach. […]


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Eagle vs. Chicken

Being busy and loss of learned focus can cause us to get derailed. Just like a derailleur on a mountain bike, fine-tuning and periodic adjustments to our working components are needed. I’ve always been in awe of eagles even though it’s only been 5 years since I’ve finally seen one in the wild on Vancouver […]


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Patience to Ripen

Vancouver Island is a beautiful place to welcome an early spring. My recent travel to the Island afforded the reflection time to become aware of the daily progress the blooming daffodils, crocuses and cherry trees achieved. So often in life and in business we are in a hurry. A hurry to achieve, produce and accomplish. […]


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Professional Business Athlete

I don’t know if anyone would have a title of Professional Business Athlete. What would they do? What would that look like? The most elite of athletes have a rare shot of getting paid to perform in their sport as a professional. A recent study done by the NCAA Research department showed that approximately 1.6% […]


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Insightful, trusted and valued are the words that come to mind when I describe Garret’s coaching influence. Garret has a proven calm and patient ability to shift my thinking forward, even when I thought I had exhausted all options. I look forward to my Coaching sessions to connect with Garret’s perception and ideas both personally and professionally. He has a unique talent for asking the right questions, holding me capable and ensuring I have the tools to continue my momentum. I feel inspired and have regained the clarity I was seeking to help me focus on the most important aspects of my life.

- Rachel Mielke, CEO of Hillberg and Berk

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