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Cristy “Code Red” Nickel is the author of “The Code Red Revolution” and has been in the health and fitness industry since 1994. While studying Exercise Science at the University of Memphis, Cristy competed in 3 NPC Figure competitions, placing in the top 5 at each show. In 2003, Cristy became a federally licensed professional boxer and fought in 15 professional fights all over the world over the next 7 years. She was named “Top 3 Most Dangerous Females on the Planet” by Ring Magazine, which landed her a coaching role on MTV’s hit series “MADE.” The success of that show propelled her to New York City to train top celebrities, business tycoons, models and professional athletes. In 2008, Cristy was awarded “New York’s Best Trainer” by Allure Magazine and featured in the August issue. After retiring from boxing, Cristy settled in Boise, Idaho with her husband, Miles and dog,…
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Well, it’s over! The XXXII Olympiad scheduled for July 2020 in Tokyo that began July 23, 2021, and ended on Aug. 8, 2021, has officially ended with the closing ceremonies Sunday. It was Aug. 8 in Tokyo, but still Aug. 7 in Monterey, the location of the Monterey Herald where this column appears Monday mornings. What took so long to complete the 17 days of the 2020 XXXII games? First and foremost, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Games were postponed until 2021. Many throughout the world chimed in to voice their opinion during 2020 that even if the games were postponed until 2021 the pandemic may still be a factor. And yes, the pandemic continues to be a problem.  It is impossible in this writing to list those qualified athletes – worldwide –who were either quarantined or sequestered due to that infection. While you will not find that list…
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Kathleen Lappe, “Katie”, entered the real estate industry as an entrepreneur eager to solve a problem. She quickly identified an opening in the publishing industry, Katie created and founded a magazine dedicated to real estate. Her idea bloomed into the largest publishing house for Kentucky and Northern Tennessee real estate and auctions. Home Market Magazine was successfully acquired in 2018.  As digital search revolutionized the housing industry Katie realized the same could be done in the auction arena, and AuctionLook took form. AuctionLook is a nationwide auction aggregator and data portal for auctioneers, many of whom are REALTORSⓇ. More than half of AuctionLook’s inventory are real estate opportunities. AuctionLook has over 4B dollars in real estate published and more than 6,000 REALTORSⓇ/Auctioneers have engaged on the platform. AuctionLook manages 25 state auction associations, with more slated for 2020 launch.  As her knowledge and strategic real estate insight grew she founded…
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Robert Morris graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Robert entered the real estate field in 1985 and has been actively involved in real estate sales and training since that time. He is currently a selling broker with Parks Realty, located in Smyrna, Tennessee, where he actively lists and sells real estate with his team, Team Morris. Robert has been honored with the REALTOR® of the Year and the Tennessee REALTOR® Educator of the year awards in his career. He has served on several local association’s Board of Directors and currently serving as 2020-2021 President of the Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS®. Robert is an international speaker, certified instructor and consultant who holds several professional designations/ certifications just to name a few, the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS). Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager {CRB). Internet Professional (e-PRO), Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), Real Estate Negotiation Expert (RENE).…
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Did you ever hear the story of rock band Van Halen trashing a venue because they arrived at the location only to find BROWN M&M’s in the bowl backstage? Do you know why they did that? Most people think it’s because they were a bunch of Rock Stars acting like spoiled brats. In reality, it was a very essential part of their contract which was a matter of life and death. The Promise is in the Details! Enjoy this video and story from the city where it all happened in the mid-1980’s, from Pueblo, Colorado, with Jason Hewlett 8-5-2021.
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When it comes to the concept of digital transformation, we should really be focused on the term transformation. Your competitive advantage depends on how you define the terms change and transformation, as the vast majority of leaders believe they are transforming a process, a product, or a service when they are really just changing it. Predominantly, this is because most don’t know the difference between transformation and change. Let’s dive into the differences between these two competencies. Anticipation and Transformation Are Offensive Strategies Change comes from the outside in, forcing us to react and respond with agility in a defensive manner, whereas transformation is an offensive and anticipatory competency quite different from change. Whether it’s a personal transformation or business transformation, it always comes from the inside out, giving you far more control in actively shaping your future. Being agile is important when dealing with rapid change; however, no matter how agile you are, reacting quickly does not work alone. We must become anticipatory, using Hard…
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