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David Dellanave

David Dellanave is a lifter, a coach and the owner of The Movement Minneapolis. He implements biofeedback techniques, teaching his clientsÔÇöwho range from athletes to the general populationÔÇöto truly understand what their bodies are telling them. At www.dellanave.com/, he writes articles to make people feel stronger, look better naked and definitely deadlift more.

David holds several world records, including one in the Jefferson deadlift. And his alter ego, Dellanavich from Dellanavia, has a penchant for coaching classes wearing a weightlifting singlet and speaking with a (terrible) Eastern European accent.



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What You Can Learn From Customers Who Lie to You

July 25, 2016

Your customers are going to lie to you.

It’s not intentional or meant to be unethical, but it’s going to happen and you should be prepared for it.

The lies come in the form of excuses—reasons people give for doing or not doing something, after the fact. Before anyone gets offended by the idea of dismissing someone’s reasons as excuses, let’s make our definitions clear: reasons have legitimacy behind them and are explanations of facts; excuses are attempts to shift or lessen blame.

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