Why do we always strive for more?

Have you ever wondered why we are always looking for more in this sport of OCR? Whether it be new obstacles, longer distances, new environments to race in, more goodies at the end of a race, we always seem to be asking for more of the experience we invest in. There often seems to be […]

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Is it better to try and fail than not try at all?

There’s a quandary becoming more apparent amongst many in the OCR community, one that might be ringing true for you right now…is it better to try and fail than not try at all? On the one hand you’ve got those who are all for the challenge, whatever the outcome. They seek the enjoyment of being […]

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We all need an ear sometimes

Ears. Generally we have two of them, we are advised growing up to use them more than the one mouth we have, and they’re often the first things we look to cover up when Jack Frost comes to town. But just how useful are our ears, and the space between them? The ear is the […]

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Ispire Motivational Coaching | How does social media impact your ability to perform?

The impact of social media on performance

When was the last time you sat and considered the impact social media has on your ability to perform? It may be something you’ve never thought about. It may be something that occupies every 3rd thought you have in a day. With the tools to connect with friends, family and potentially the entire world at […]

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Turning 30, Ronaldo vs. Messi and so much more…

Graham recently sat down for the Dimlightenment podcast to explore a variety of subjects affecting Millennials in today’s business and sporting world. ‘Turning 30’, ‘Spartan racing’, ‘the Drama Triangle‘, ‘Carl Jung’, ‘Ronaldo vs Messi’, ‘Doping in Sport’ and much more are discussed. We hope you enjoy hearing the insights.

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If we avoid the Drama Triangle, could we become more?

Drama seems to be present more and more in today’s society, or at least it feels that way. From the apparent disparity in behaviour between Millennials and the Generations that gave birth to them, to the expressions of frustration and displeasure at those who organise the Obstacle Course Races ran, those who provide the products […]

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