I’ve been working from home for the past eight years. For the most part, I love it, but now and then, the distracting allure of YouTube or non-stop screeching from my kids leaves me pining for a stuffy cubicle in an office building.
At DDA, we’ve always had a complicated relationship with Facebook. Long before debates over privacy, polarization, and FOMO, we’ve struggled with how to be “good” at utilizing Facebook as a coaching company.
About 6 weeks ago I got caught in a bad crash on a group ride and sustained a concussion. While getting my bell rung doesn’t make me an expert on concussions, I’ve learned a few things that might be helpful in the event you’re ever in a similar spot. Here’s what I’ve learned.
How exactly do you race better? Coach Sam Bassetti and myself have put together this flow chart to highlight a few nuggets that might just get you over the hump and in the win column in your next race.
We admit it, we’re pretty terrible at social media, so here’s where that admission leaves us.
Number 1: In general, we feel the less time we spend on social media, the more time we have for the other parts of life that matter most.