2504, 2018

THURS: Complexity is the Enemy of Consistency

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THURS: Complexity is the Enemy of Consistency
When delivering a presentation on program design during our first Coach’s Academy back in November, I stressed that there was nothing impressive about complexity. I think it’s one of the most important concepts to understand when it comes to adoption of anything.  It’s why most people will opt for […]

2404, 2018

WED: Environment Affects Outcome

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WED: Environment Affects Outcome
In sports, there are parts that end up creating an inexplicable sum.

Two examples. The first, our college baseball back in 2002. Consisting of largely unrecruited, overlooked high school players, we were more or less a band of cast offs and underdogs thrown together. In our first season, we finished one game above […]

2304, 2018

TUES: Base Rates and Motivational Speaker Guy

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TUES: Base Rates and Motivational Speaker Guy
What do the reasons why most New Year’s resolutions, the overwhelming majority of new businesses, and people learning a new instrument all fail have in common?

Base rates. Specifically, a lack of respect for their legitimacy when accurately predicting success. A base rate is simply the outside world’s proven likelihood […]

2204, 2018

MON: P360 Coach’s Academy // 6.16 – 6.17

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MON: P360 Coach’s Academy // 6.16 – 6.17
Last year, we set out to create a coach’s weekend that was unlike currently offered. We were joined by strength and conditioning professionals, personal trainers, gym owners, CrossFit (TM) coaches, and current P360 members looking to lay a foundation for a potential future in coaching. We sold out and […]

1904, 2018

FRI: “Consider the Opposite”

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FRI: “Consider the Opposite”
As a business owner, I have two options when considering customer feedback. The first is to seek out only what I project onto how I believe the gym should be viewed. We are successful. We have many members and have been in business for seven years. There is nothing wrong and I […]

1804, 2018

THURS: What’s in a Hashtag?

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THURS: What’s in a Hashtag?
Everything comes with a hashtag these days. Posts, conversation, weddings, they’re everywhere. (Speaking of, have any ideas for ours?)

We’ve all attended seminars and workshops that ask you to post about it using their hashtag of the weekend, which to me is kind of lame. A hashtag is like a good joke. […]

1704, 2018

WED: P360 Turns 7, Come Celebrate

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WED: P360 Turns 7, Come Celebrate
This year marks the first in many we didn’t pull a Frank the Tank and forget our own birthday. Our incredibly thankless social committee has put together a fun evening to celebrate ringing in our seventh year of business in San Diego. Join us this Saturday, April 21st at Backyard […]

1604, 2018

TUES: Become More Stories feat. Erica Fricke

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TUES: Become More Stories feat. Erica Fricke
Erica has undergone a noticeable transformation this year. What’s most important about the message from our perspective, is that she has done so through a mindset of addition, not subtraction. Here is her account.

Can you tell us where you’re from, age, what you do for work, how long you’ve […]

1504, 2018

MON: Monkey Mind

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MON: Monkey Mind
To do to two things at once is to do neither. Chase two rabbits and catch none. Pick your era and region of the world and you’ll have a proverb about the general concept that multitasking does not actually work.

We are raised on the idea that multitasking is the key to unlocking efficiency […]

1204, 2018

FRI: Backward Integrated Design

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FRI: Backward Integrated Design
Backwards integrated design is a progressive model of teaching whereby professors focus on the end game purpose of their class, not simply learning the material in broken down chapters of the textbook. For example, most of us went to either high school or college and learned in a very traditional manner. We […]