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What Makes A Winning Sprinter?

Anthony Blazevich, Edith Cowan University In all sprint running races (100m to 400m), every hundredth of a second gained or lost in the race counts....

What Makes A Manual Work Business Strong?

A Manual work business is a little different when compared with your typical office company. In an office, your company will usually be a...

Is War Really Necessary?

War – is it really necessary? With war brings blood and gore galore. With war you have fathers not returning home alive to their...

Disconnect to Reconnect

We live in a technology and information driven age. We’re constantly striving for the latest gadget or looking to read the latest tweet on...

Society And Attitude Need to Catch Up With Reality

IN 1930, John Maynard Keynes imagined that by the year 2030, people would only need to work an average of 15 hours per week....

No More Business as Usual

Did you get caught up in the Olympics? Initially, I did. I was entranced by almost everything—from the dramatic skating triumphs to Bode Miller’s...

In Honor of the Olympics, an Inspiring Video on the Power...

Many of us know Diana Nyad as one of the greatest long-distance swimmers to ever live. Breaking numerous world records including what had been a 50-year mark for circling Manhattan Island, setting the new time of 7 hrs 57 min; stroking the then-longest…

Sochi 2014 Olympics: Triumph or Nightmare?

SOCHI, Russia — The scent of fresh cement wafts through the air as Dmitri Grigoriev describes the glistening Adler Arena, one of several new venues built on this Black Sea coast for the 2014 Winter Olympics. His voice echoes through the 8,000-seat…