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October 2015

Memoirs of a Cyclist: What I Wish I Knew 12 Years Ago

By | Exercising, Mixte Culture, We Likes Bikes | No Comments

So, I’ve competed in a half Ironman. I’ve ridden my bicycle through Turkey, Morocco, Spain and down the Pacific Coast. I’m recognized as a Commuter of the Year in San Diego County. But I when I first started riding a bicycle as an adult, I had to ask a friend for help.

Looking back over 12 years of riding, there are some things I wish I would have known. Here’s some advice on how to get started – even if it means giving me a call to ride with you the first time.

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Extension-of-Staff Model Puts the TE in Team for ACE’s New York Deskside Appointments

By | Knowledge is Power, Mixte Community, Mixte Culture | No Comments

If you know even just a few things about Mixte, you likely know about the extension-of-staff model that guides much of our client work.

In my tenure at Mixte, I have gotten lots of curious questions about how the model works and how it impacts the everyday the interaction with our clients.

I like the curiosity and, rather than tell you how the model works in theory, I want to take this opportunity to show how it works, and succeeds in making a big impact for our clients. Read More