Dylan Cornelius 3 and 12 Month Targets: April 25, 2019

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Reading Time: 6 minutes. These are my personal goals for the next 3 and 12 months. Business goals are in last week’s post. At the end of the quarter I’ll assess progress. My 2019 2nd Quarter Targets (and confidence level) 1. Objective: Be Fit Key Result: Be well Measures: 100% InsideTracker biomarkers optimized (low) I feel well (medium) Stay in the […]

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Dylan Cornelius 3 and 12 Month Accomplishments: April 11, 2019

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Reading Time: 4 minutes. Every quarter I set new personal and business goals for the next 3 and 12 months. This assessment is based on personal goals I set 3 and 12 months ago. I shared business accomplishments last week. My 2019 1Q 3 Month Targets (confidence level/result/assessment) Summary: overall I met (79+100+45+100+45)/5 = 74% of my 3 month […]

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Dylan Cornelius 3 and 12 month Accomplishments: January 10, 2019

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Reading Time: 3 minutes. I said I wanted to meet 4 goals in 2018. I’ve added a few goals, organized it according to my primary personal values, separated these personal goals from my business goals, and am converting this to a rolling quarterly update of Objectives and Key Results. Personal Accomplishments from 3 months of 4th Quarter 2018 Go […]

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How Many Ways Have You Tried To Lose Weight?

Weight chart shows long term sustained weight loss. Lose weight and keep it off as long as you want.

Reading Time: 5 minutes. Despite a $66 billion industry full of offers and promises about weight loss, over 2/3 of US residents are overweight or obese. Still, despite the enormity of the problem, the numbers above don’t accurately total the real costs. In fact, medical costs related to obesity cost us another $147 billion. Human body fat and related illness is […]

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12 Ways Marathon Recovery Is Like No-Mesh Hernia Surgery Recovery

2 1/2" long abdominal incision one day post-no-mesh hernia surgery, secured with steri-strips

Reading Time: 6 minutes. Marathon recovery and no-mesh hernia surgery recovery are remarkably the same. Going into surgery, I had no idea these seemingly different experiences would be as similar as they are. However, in the days following surgery, the parallels began to appear. Here are some ways marathon recovery and no-mesh hernia surgery recovery are the same. Can […]

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Employee Wellness Programs Work. Use Them!

Dylan finishes the Capital of Texas Triathlon 2012

Reading Time: 3 minutes. In 2008, I received my first free health checkup as an employee of Dun & Bradstreet Corporation. My results weren’t great, but they weren’t horrible either. They were at the high end of healthy, and they changed between 2008 and 2009: each one got a little worse, by just a point or two. However, the […]

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Amazing Relationships Deliver Huge Results: Thirteen Things About Amazing Coaching Relationships

Dylan and Lori win age group 2nd and 1st place, respectively, in the 2014 Austin Distance Challenge. Thanks, Coach!

Reading Time: 4 minutes. I was at lunch with a friend yesterday, enjoying pizza and a salad at Little Deli sandwich and pizza shop. He asked what a successful coaching relationship looked like.Here you’ll find 13 elements of an amazing coaching relationship, plus four things that just don’t work. Spoiler: even with an amazing coach, successful clients must be […]

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