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It's much easier to do what you love, rather than learn to love what you do. That's according to Davey Hearn, a three-time Olympian in the difficult sport of slalom canoeing.

Not enough time to do what you need to do? Well, Sam Keen, a free-lance philosopher and author, believes one way to slow down time is to not count it!

Davey Hearn, a 41-year old Olympian, says the big picture isn't necessarily the most important. Take the time to focus on the individual moments in your life.

Exercise is good for the body and pushing yourself can help silence the chatter in your head. U.S. Olympic slalom canoeist Davey Hearn explains.

If you are what you eat, can you use that analogy to argue that what you do in life determines who you are? Author and philosopher Sam Keen says you can.

Davey Hearn, a three-time Olympian, believes that sharing and teaching the next generation are what being an Olympic athlete is all about.

Bill Coleman of BEA Systems says exercise relieves stress and clears your mind.

Harry Denton, San Francisco's own bon vivant, tells us how to mix time management with creativity.

Isabella Rossellini says makeup should be your first accessory.

Kevin Kalkhoven, former CEO of JDS Uniphase, relieves stress by playing hard.

JoMei Chang, founder of Vitria Technology, on finding a balance between work and play

Dawn Riley says sailing is not only for the rich, the secret is to go to a marina and volunteer your services.

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