Executive Briefings

Planning and scheduling as an Olympic sport

I always enjoy watching the Olympic games on television. It is truly inspiring to watch and witness athletes achieving great feats, breaking personal records or even world records. All of these accomplishments are undoubtedly the result of many years of hard work and focus on the goals that these athletes set for themselves, individually or as a team. They have definitely dedicated many hours of training to achieve these goals, they have evaluated and fine-tuned their techniques, and they have created the right circumstances by properly planning their diets, travel schedules, training locations, tools, supporting staff, etc.

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I always enjoy watching the Olympic games on television. It is truly inspiring to watch and witness athletes achieving great feats, breaking personal records or even world records. All of these accomplishments are undoubtedly the result of many years of hard work and focus on the goals that these athletes set for themselves, individually or as a team. They have definitely dedicated many hours of training to achieve these goals, they have evaluated and fine-tuned their techniques, and they have created the right circumstances by properly planning their diets, travel schedules, training locations, tools, supporting staff, etc.

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