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Preparing for an upcoming marathon? Don't let the weather ruin your training! Hilary will be chatting with John Honerkamp, Senior Manager for New York Road Runners, the world's premier community running organization known for its world-class events - including the famed TCS New York City Marathon which attracts and inspires more than 300,000 runners internationally including 60,000+ NYRR members. John will be discussing tips to help you train for your upcoming half/full marathon during the harsh winter weather. Check out this episode to help you prepare for your upcoming race!
Bart Yasso of Runners World Magazine is on to share stories about running and to talk about his book, "The Runners World Big Book of Marathon and Half Marathon Training." Bart answers questions from the audience and talks about cross training, preparation for hilly marathons, common injuries, the Boston and NYC marathon, the Rolling Stone cover and much, much more. Enjoy.
ATD FACILITATOR JULIE PATRICK ON ENGAGING WITH LEARNER COMMENTS..I.E., HOW TO LISTEN AS YOU TEACH
Why run a marathon? Why run a few marathons? Why make running regular marathons part of your lifestyle?
The motivation and reason for running a marathon is a fascinating topic and in the same way runners come in all shapes and sizes so to do the reeasons people give for running 42.2 km.
For some the marathon is a bucket list item, others do it with a friend, to get fit or for charity.
In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we look at why people run marathons and why some continue to run them.
Also on the show:
Sue remembers her Uncle Ron Clarke
Over the Shoulder
The Road Ahead
workplace safety expert Steve Cohen discusses "Training that Transfers, his new book from ATD Press with '50 High Energy Activities to engage the workforce?"...BEING SURE TRAINING HAS AN IMPACT!
ADAMA HALL, PRESIDENT, AND DR STEVE MILLER, CSO ON NERVANIX, A NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCHED TOOL FOR CORPORATE EDUCATION , MEASURING FOCUS AND ATTENTION DURING LEARNING
Sales training. Sales training is not product training. Sales training is learning how to relate to prospects in a way favorable such that, both, the agent and the prospect have meaningful, two-way dialogue during the sales interview.
Personal development. This area involves keeping a positive attitude when you do not feel like working. Personal development reduces anxiety and frustration so you will not beat yourself up.
Core beliefs. This is the set of values that defines you. No one can take these from you. Your core beliefs can accelerate your sales performance. Or, your core beliefs can dampen your sales performance.
If your core beliefs are not aligned with good sales performance and revenue expectations, you can develop new components to establish a new belief system... but it is not easy. You have had your current core beliefs for the last 25, 35, 45, or 55 years.
But here's one thing I learned and use to help salespersons. Getting all three-sales training, personal development and core beliefs-to fire in harmony starts with sales training.
If you do not know how to sell, while trying to improve personal development skills and working from your current belief system, functioning as a salesperson becomes extremely frustrating.
Why? Because personal development training is not sales training, and this results in salespersons working too hard trying to wing it with prospects. Salespersons will often spend years and thousands of dollars on personal development training and never learn how to sell.
Sales training helps clear the fog about what you are selling. Here's how:
Learning how to sell and generate more income, the mind becomes more receptive to personal development training.
Next, personal development training exposes negative core beliefs that need to change.