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Summit Club

Summit Club

The Summit Club A fortunate benefit of being asked to video workshops is getting to attend workshops.  Free of charge.  The Summit Club an intensive course designed for established businesses wanting to experience exponential growth.  Listening as much as I could...

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Going Down in Tasmania

Going Down in Tasmania

“He’s been down there a long time…” Gab was staring at the rope stretched taut over the cliff. I have to admit I had been snoozing in the afternoon sun. I opened my eyes, the canyons shadow was now at my feet. Nick had been down there a long time. We had been...

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Horror in the Tasmanian woods.

Horror in the Tasmanian woods.

Its 1:00am in a small cabin in the Tasmanian wilderness.  Nick lies on the floor covered in blood, a circle of black candles and runes form a perfect circle around him.  Jess stands over him, smiling, casually playing with her cleaver.  "Seriously" I think, "what the...

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The Sentinal

The Sentinal

A 3:00 am alpine start is hard.  I really didn't think anything would make that right.  But sitting on top of The Sentinel for lunch did.  While I didn't ask, I'm pretty sure that it made all the work Alex put into organizing the trip alright as well. What made skiing...

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17th Annual Midwinter Feast

17th Annual Midwinter Feast

The 17th annual winter feast will be remembered as a ski trip. Because if it was not a ski trip I and a good portion of the participants walked 10km in ski boots and with skis strapped to their backpacks. As we drove into the trailhead, none of the snow that fell the...

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HACT 2015

HACT 2015

A common comment on the weekend of the HACT was "I wish this was around when I was a kid". Quite frankly I wish that as well. Being able to learn from industry experts how to program a game or create a three dimensional object and then being given the freedom to...

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