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2020’s Vision, Part II

As highlighted in Part I one of the goals was to have a race calendar so that 2020’s effort isn’t confined to 1 major event and anything else in the […]

2020’s Vision

“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 […]

On Daring Greatly

“The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred by the dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly … who, at worst, […]

My List of Thanks

It’s never a bad time to reflect on what makes us thankful.  A year of progress, new friends, accomplishments, struggles, failures, and lessons learned all fit within that but it […]

The Inspiration For Change, Part II

I had a short conversation with my dad this weekend about the team and it only backed up another one of those hunches that I’ve had been having for some […]

The Inspiration For Change, Part I

If you can dream it, you can do it.  Always remember that this whole thing started off with a dream and a mouse. — Walt Disney Through the rest of […]

Taking Aim

“If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.” – Zig Ziglar I have taken the last month or so off of social media and blogging for the […]

Run-Gooder #10 – Karl

This is an article originally posted on February 5th but being that Karl just finished his 7th Ultra, it seemed like a great opportunity to reshare.   Congrats Karl!  You are […]

Run-Gooder – Amanda S.

A journey of 200-ish miles begins…. — Artie I loved this picture so I had to share it but there’s a lot more to this picture.  Amanda is the wife […]

Run-Gooder #9 – Michael

*** REPOST***  Again in the effort to highlight members of Runnin’ Not Walken, I give you Michael!  Since this article was written at the beginning of the year, Michael has […]

Run-Gooder #5 – Matt

#Repost! – Matt’s been a big part of our team since he joined last year.  As we roll out who is on Team Runnin’ Not Walken for ’19, we will […]

Why Ragnar?

Why do we run Ragnar Relays to benefit charity?  The answer is because you can’t do epic alone.  It wasn’t always that way though.  In the very beginning, the hope […]