Coming into the Home Stretch

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As the 2012 Olympics in London steadily approaches,  Soliant’s Olympian, Keith Moffat, updates us on his progress:

It’s less than a 100 days to the London Olympics, has your training or motivation changed now that we’re getting close so close?

Yes my training has changed and I am more motivated. My workouts are more intense.  I always make sure I do everything in my workout and a little more. I do not want to look back and feel like I did not do everything possible to make this Olympic team. I may even cut my hours so that I can take my training up a notch.

What’s been going on for work? We heard you shot an internal video for Soliant – can you tell us about that? 

Work has been both busy and fun at the same time.  I was asked by Ron Washburn [Soliant’s Vice President of Nursing Operations] if I had any acting skills. I told him that, in fact, I had very little! He said that he could use me in Soliant’s next training video anyway.

Two other colleagues and I acted demonstrated a scene about handling client phone calls. I really didn’t have much time to memorize the lines, so I just read them as we filmed. It was a fun video. Everyone loved when I jumped on top of the desk and started dancing. I hope to shoot another one in the future. Continue reading “Coming into the Home Stretch”

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Indoor Season Is A Wrap!!

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The indoor track season is finally over. I competed in my final meet, USA Indoor Track and Field Nationals, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I placed 3rd with a jump of 7 feet 5 inches. The person that came in 2nd place jumped the same height, and the 1st place person jumped 7 feet 6 inches. It was a close competition. The top two finishers qualified for the Indoor World Championships in Istanbul, Turkey. I was a little upset that I just missed the team, but the good thing is that it gives me confidence heading into the outdoor season.

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New York Competition – The Millrose Games

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A Quick Update on My Progress

First meet: 7’3.25″
Second meet: 7’4.5″
Third meet: 7’1.5″

It’s been 10 days since my last competition and I needed the down time to get ready and rest up for my next competition. After each competition, I like to evaluate the great things I did and the mistakes I made, similar to how Soliant evaluates a call to a candidate or client. Correcting my mistakes and highlighting the successful things I do is the perfect recipe for success.

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