The discipline of Parkour
Friday, July 26, 2013/
According to Wikipedia, Parkour is a discipline that sees people moving quickly and efficiently past obstacles using only their bodies and their surroundings to propel themselves. It’s what you saw James Bond doing as he chased a terrorist in the opening scenes of the 2006 Casino Royale movie.
Here Parkour trainer Zachary Cohn speaks at a TEDx talk in Seattle about how Parkour principles can be applied to solve business problems.
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