What you should be reading in this blog today is a recap of my race on Sunday.
Finally the time has come to race again
Let me say it right at the start: I’m a sucker for Tableau conferences. Give me a data lovefest any day and I’ll be happy. Tableau people are my kind of people
What did I do in Sydney aside from admiring sunrises, swimming with sharks and hanging out with ‘Tableau people’?
Bondi Beach, Australia’s most famous strip of sand, was the location of my first ever ocean swim when I raced in the inaugural Bondi Splash and Dash in November 2014. So it was only fitting that I would return here for an ocean swim during my visit to Sydney.
Most of us, though, are staying well within our comfort zone, because it is, well – comfortable. I think we should leave that bubble for a bit and go exploring to see what else life has to offer.
Tableau Your Adventures – How visualizing fitness data can create a record of your most epic achievements and support you in achieving your goals
My tips for how you can make the right things easy and the wrong things hard in your personal life. Well, this is how I do it anyway…
This past week I spent in London for work. Besides client and partner meetings I was there with my colleague,
As I – somewhat reluctantly – join the ‘self quantification’ movement I decided to document all the trips away from