Mark Moschel on Tracking and Dunking

January 30, 2014

Since he was a child Mark Moschel has been a basketball fan. Growing up in Chicago he became a fan of Michael Jordan. What really captured his attention was the act of dunking a basketball. As an adult, and still a basketball fan, Mark decided he wanted to set a new goal for himself – learning to dunk a basketball. In this talk, presented at our 2013 Global Conference, Mark describes how he incorporated self-tracking in his efforts.

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