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Running While Corporate: When One Door Closes, Another Opens

by Graham Shalvoy on December 20, 2018 in General Business

 

In November of 2018, Corinne and I were scheduled to run The North Face Endurance Challenge in San Francisco. It’s an elite level race with very heavy competition in every event. I signed up for the half marathon and Corinne signed up for the marathon. While we would have loved to run the same event, […]

 

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Why Portland is a Great Destination for IT Professionals

by EdgeLink on November 27, 2018 in EdgeLink Oregon

 

It’s no wonder that Portland topped Forbes’ list of best places for businesses and careers across the nation.  Since 2010, Portland has grown by over 60,000 residents, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Between rising household incomes and a low state unemployment rate (just 3.5%), the city is one of a kind. Aptly […]

 

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Running While Corporate: Strides for Business!

by Graham Shalvoy on November 15, 2018 in General Business

 

Over the past year, many people have asked me, “What is the #1 way that my coach has helped me become a faster runner?” It’s a pretty simple answer. Strides. In running, strides are a very short burst of speed added into your easy run. For example, on an easy run day, I’ll go out […]

 

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Breaking Down the Top 4 Technologies of 2018

by Aaron Mills on October 16, 2018 in IT Insights, Tech News

 

2018 has been an unprecedented year for the tech industry. Multiple disruptive technologies have advanced from game-changing concepts to essential tools for business success. As we round out 2018, let’s take a look back on the most influential technologies and how they’ve impacted the marketplace, as well as what skillsets will be the most valuable […]

 

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Running while Corporate

by Graham Shalvoy on October 10, 2018 in EdgeLink Denver, General Business

 

Consistency is key to reach your work and running goals Renowned ultra-marathon coach David Roach writes that the key to running success is “building a really huge aerobic wall through consistent running.” He adds that “the best way to build fitness… is to focus on putting as many daily bricks (runs) as possible, even if they […]

 

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