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Matt Smith
  • 37, Male
  • Denver, CO
  • United States
  • The A-Game
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Henshaw Aug 2, 2008. 2 Replies

 

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Profile Information

Title
President
Company
The A-Game
Website
http://www.theagame.com
What best describes my company
Not Applicable
Interests
Consulting, Franchising, Learning, Making Friends, Networking
Personal Quote
Life is an endurance event, set a pace you can handle and have fun with it.
Biography
Matt is the president of The A-Game, a youth workplace values certification program founded in partnership with Eric Chester, the leading expert on youth in the workplace.

Prior to the A-Game, Matt successfully built a nationally acclaimed leadership program at the collegiate level, designed top rated executive conferences focused on people for the service industry and has been a speaker at youth and professional conferences around the world.

He is an Ironman triathlete and qualified for the Hawaii Ironman and the Boston Marathon both on his first attempt.

Matt and his wife Molly live in Denver, Colorado and love being able to actively enjoy the outside beauty of the state.
Years in the Industry
10

Matt Smith's Blog

What's Next....You Need to Decide!

Posted on June 2, 2009 at 10:21am 0 Comments

So, we’ve traveled the road of the break up together from the feelings of being inadequate and let down when she says it’s time to just be friends, all the way through the roller coaster of single life and have found that perfect mate…now what?



In the last blog I talked about how to “stay hitched” knowing that being married is sometimes even harder than being single…it take perseverance.



In terms of perseverance personally, one of the things that I have been told by many… Continue

Dance With the One That Brought Ya

Posted on May 19, 2009 at 12:36pm 2 Comments

Now you’ve gone through the process of being single and have hunted down that next, great relationship. You make the commitment to sign on as a steady employee and say you won’t date anyone else. Of course, there is always a temptation to stay on the prowl.



Now that you know the secrets to finding a soul mate, why not see if it works again? What if the grass really is greener on the other side? Should I be ready if I get dumped again? These are all questions that will go through your… Continue

I Think I Know What I Want...Or Do I?

Posted on May 6, 2009 at 9:23pm 1 Comment

One of the benefits of being single is checking out all kinds of opportunities. Dating allows a person to figure out what you want or maybe don’t want in a relationship. You should definitely do the same in the job market.



Figuring out what you want and don’t want does take some time and careful consideration. A good first step in the search process is taking the time to learn about yourself, what you want and what you need. After a week or so if “talking to anything that moves”, I… Continue

Sleeping with an Ex....

Posted on April 29, 2009 at 1:37pm 2 Comments



I know that our sex lives are usually kept well out of the public eye, but even though I feel like the H.S. gym teacher assigned to talk about it, we need to broach the subject when talking about break ups. Don’t worry, we’re not talking about what happens if your office romance goes array, you can read Penelope Trunk's blog if you want to know how that works.



As a young person dating, I… Continue

Single and Ready to Mingle...The Break Up Blog Continues!

Posted on April 22, 2009 at 2:22pm 0 Comments

You have to remember the "out of gas" trick!



After the grieving is done, it’s time to jump back on the market! Although I haven’t been without a job since I was fourteen and haven’t been dating for the last six years, after the shock of being dumped wore off, there was a certain thrill in the air for going out and doing some job dating.



It takes some confidence to get back out on the dating scene after a good relationship goes… Continue

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At 12:08pm on August 8, 2009, Bryon said…
Matt,

How's your game. Training for your next event. Marathoner here.
At 8:02pm on December 30, 2008, Andy Swingley said…
Hello Matt, Amanda Hite suggested I connect with you on your current projects. Is there an e-mail address I can contact you?

Thanks,
Andy
At 3:06pm on June 10, 2008, Marcie L Thrailkill said…
Hi Matt! I hope this note finds you doing great! Playing hard, working hard!?!
Best wishes,
Marcie
At 8:47am on May 2, 2008,
Non-Operator
Matt Smith
said…
I will make sure I do that Carrie! Thanks!
At 7:45am on May 1, 2008, Carrie Lynn said…
Hi Matt,

I remember you working in the Leadership department at J&W Denver. I was taking Culinary Arts, and Food Service Management. There is a J&W alumni group, I know you were working there, but you should join.
At 2:13pm on February 28, 2008, Brandon Marshall said…
Things are good, fam is doing well, busy as usaul.
I was pretty impressed with the Glam shot in the Restuarant News.....
At 11:32am on February 28, 2008, Jeffrey M. Papaleo said…
Shheesh thanks for the demotion! :)
At 6:05am on February 28, 2008, Jeffrey M. Papaleo said…
Good morning Mr. Smith.
At 12:06am on February 15, 2008, Robert Lile said…
Thanks for joining the Trainers Forum Matt! Please feel free to start or continue any topics.

Robert
At 7:31pm on February 12, 2008, Melissa Papaleo said…
Nice Picture Matt- The blue looks familiar!
 
 
 

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