Difficult Roads Lead to Beautiful Destinations. Here’s to 2020, The Year that Was(n’t)
When I put Runnin’ Not Walken together to get in better shape, I was 34, turning 35 later that year and completely unsure of what the year had in store for me. I’d spent the previous 4 years completely happy with my little ones being born and it just led me down a path whereContinue reading “A Runner Looks at 40: Part 2”
2020 has made it hard to do a lot of things. I think staying positive has been chief among those that have proven difficult for me and I’d assume that a lot of you have struggled as well. There’s just been so much that has been taken away or shifted from our routine that itContinue reading “On Staying Positive”
It’s simply time to look at 2021.
“Never limit your vision based on your current resources” — Michael Hyatt That quote couldn’t ring more true right now. Currently, as a team, we have approximately $29.48 to our name as a result of the 13 Runners Doing Good wristbands that we’ve sold so far. Yes, we’ve covered our upfront costs on that investmentContinue reading “2020’s Vision”
I’m not there yet but tomorrow’s my birthday and as my wife like’s to remind me, it’s a big one because it’s the last of my 30’s. She makes me laugh. I had one coworker this week tell me that 39 was his worst birthday and he freaked out and bought a mustang. I’m prettyContinue reading “A Runner Looks at 40”