Sportens fundamentale motiv er gleden over å måle krefter med andre; venner, søstre, brødre, naboer, kolleger eller for den del fremmede. Forløperen til dagens sport er barna som løper om kapp til lekeplassen i skogen, den vennskapelige lekeslåssingen i skolegården, og å more seg over å undersøke hvem som klarer å løfte den tyngste steinen … Fortsett å lese Fra sport til show
Three examples highlights how sport has the power to unite people in difficult times. “Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it’s much more serious than that.” Bill Shankly These words of the legendary Liverpool coach symbolize more than anything else the stories I would like to share … Fortsett å lese Until death do us part
How a hospital in Wales used Formula 1 expertise to improve neonatal resusciation is an example on how businesses learn from sports. By MOYSES MOYSEOS, PhD student and incubator manager I have been following sports all of my life. I grew up in a small island in the Mediterranean, not so sport oriented in terms … Fortsett å lese Is it possible to solve business challenges through sports?
There’s a saying in English: “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never break me.” By DONNA DE HAAN I have no idea where it originates from, but I remember saying it in the playground at school in an attempt to rebuff the bullies and their cruel taunts, mostly about the colour … Fortsett å lese Why words matter
– Repetition is the mission, rector Steinar Kristoffersen says. HiMolde rector Steinar Kristoffersen, who recently competed in Ironman Barcelona, talks about triathlon and freemasonry to Panorama’s Aneta Grabmullerova. Steinar Kristoffersen on triathlon and freemasonry HiMolde rector Steinar Kristoffersen talks to Aneta Gramullerova about triathlon and freemasonry. Posted by Panorama HiM on 13. oktober 2017