Time to Reflect

With the World Championships behind us and many races this year - it's a good time for all of us to reflect on what you have achieved and how you achieved it - but why should we do that? Well let's have a look at a little of the psychology of setting and achieving goals. We live in an age where goals are king. Our societies tell us that setting and achieving them is just the only way to lead a fulfilling life, and thus the only way to be truly happy, but that we also need to enjoy the process in between — the “journey,” they call it. Just do it It’s a pervasive phenomenon and it affects how we feel about the success of ourselves and others (or lack thereof), and about how we approach life it

NQTA-goes to World Championships

These people have worked so hard to achieve their goals which is now coming to fruition. Like we always say the hardest part of any race is: Getting to the start line As the last of the 70.3 racers Ben Cooper departs today to meet the rest of the NQTA team in Chattanooga USA, we would like to wish them all the best for the race this weekend. The ladies race is first on the Saturday, with the men on the Sunday. The following weekend we have the Olympic or Standard distance world championships in Europe- Rotterdam. With Josh and Lisa representing Australia- what a great honour for all of them. In the picture Josh and Lisa Woolfe (Standard distance- coached by NQTA ) Belinda Leppien (coached

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