Coaches are often instructed to be the biggest version on themselves—the version that can lead and inspire a large group.
But leading by being the biggest version of yourself has nothing to do with being the big version of someone else. You don’t have to be the coach with the best jokes or the loudest voice if that isn’t who you are. If you are trying to be someone you are not, it’s likely... View details ⇨
If you are following the current debacle that is the incestuous relationship between science, sugar and public health organizations, you might be questioning the validity of reports from laboratories around the world.
In 1997, Sian Welch, now 50, crawled across the finish line of the IRONMAN World Championship on Kona, Hawaii. In third place very late in the long race, Welch faded dramatically and suddenly found herself crawling for fourth against another failing athlete, Wendy Ingraham. The footage of the indomitable pair’s struggle to the finish line has simply become known as “The Crawl.”