Archive for March, 2011

Fear – Friend or Foe

November 22, 2001 … I stand on the edge of the Batoka Gorge in Zambia Africa beholding the majesty of a spectacular canyon etched out of the rock by the river below. 54 metres separate me from the bottom of the canyon down the sheer rock face. I see opportunity. An opportunity for an experience […]

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Perspective Waiting to be Noticed

One of the biggest tools in addressing an obstacle or injury is perspective. Often the obstacle is obstructing your view from everything else. It takes a predominant position and calls out to your consciousness, blocking everything beyond its view. Perhaps my last blog was even a little representative of a loss of perspective. Perspective is […]

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Safety Culture in Hockey?

It appears the National Hockey League is not concerned about the Safety Culture it is nurturing by refusing to address the violent hits that are occurring in professional hockey. During the 2011 hockey season Sidney Crosby has been suffering from symptoms of a concussion and has clearly voiced his concern over the frequency of violent […]

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