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Old sparring habits are driven by fear

When we recognise that our game/technique isn’t working well yet we cling onto the existing form, departing from a platform that you’re familiar with, our comfort zone, we are merely giving life to the same fear that keeps us lingering there, paralysed and unwilling to venture beyond into greatness. By starting from the same point origin, do we not set …

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Patrick Pincon: CMD Trainer

What is required in your line of work?I work in IT and am self-employed, working to install and consult on BPM (Business Process Management) systems – i started this business at the end of last year, before that i was a Director for a Document Management System business. For my line of work i have to do a lot of …

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Why I Love Training at CMD: A Female Perspective

I’d never been interested in joining a gym. Ever. Perhaps it’s my perception of gyms being cold and impersonal, decorated with bulky machines that involve solitary activity. Treadmills. Stationary bikes. Weight machines. Meh. None of that appeals to me. Plus the fact that most gyms seem so commercialised. That’s a major turn-off for me. I have no doubt they work …