Getting Things Done, the Sarah Ayton way

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Brotherton & AsquithAfter retiring from 49er racing in 2004, Paul Brotherton went on to coach Sarah Ayton's crew to gold in the Yngling at the 2008 Olympics. Here, Paul reveals the single most important ingredient that he took away from the Ayton campaign and which he has since applied to everything he has done since, both as a championship sailor and a world-class coach...




 

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