05/13/2015
Category: Play, Podcast
Me Unwinding in the Aloha

Podcast Highlights: #27 Why We Need Two-Week Vacations [Podcast] In the spirit of being brief, these are the cliff notes to the 30 Minute podcast. Americans do not take two-week vacations. We have a long list of reasons why we only take one-week breaks from our real life. Organizational culture, the volume of work, and […]

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04/10/2015
Category: Podcast, Work
What's to Do When It's Your Turn by Seth Godin

Interview with Seth Godin I recently had the privilege of connecting with Seth Godin on his latest project, What to Do When It’s Your Turn. You will not encounter a more generous man. You’ve heard the phrase “He struck a chord in me.” I like the way a friend of mine says it better, “You’re […]

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03/31/2015
Category: Life
Photo Courtesy BPONG.com

How Beer Pong Made Me a Better Parent Now I’ve found the secret to becoming the parent I wish I was: Beer Pong. I’m being serious. Before I get started let me educate you on What is Beer Pong? A drinking game in which players attempt to throw or hit table tennis balls into cups […]

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12/11/2014
Category: Life, Play, Podcast
Mike Reilly Calling the last guy in IRONMAN

Interview with Mike Reilly The Voice of IRONMAN Mike Reilly has been the official voice of IRONMAN Triathlon for the past twenty-six years. In this powerful interview, Mike tells the stories of why every IRONMAN event is a life changing event for everyone involved. Mike is spirited, genuine, deeply committed and the guy you want […]

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11/18/2014
Category: Life, Work
Before you turn around ask yourself a few questions

“You’ve never quit anything before.” Those are the words my brother-in-law Timothy said to me that stopped me in my tracks while hiking the Boulder Flatirons. He said it as a complimentary claim about me and added a question mark at the end to confirm he was right in his assessment. It’s not entirely true, but […]

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11/09/2014
Category: Work
No Caption Required

Jockstraps. That was my level of desperation. It was 1999 and I needed to close a deal. It was a sales deal and I was working for an Internet startup. I sent jock straps mounted to whiteboards to five executives at a sports marketing company. Strategically attached to each crotch was my company’s logo with a succinct […]

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10/16/2014
Category: Life, Play, Work
Every Picture Has a Story

The way I put it to my friends There are two versions of every story. The one you tell on Facebook or at a cocktail party, and the one you only tell your closest friends.  For sake of invitation and encouragement, I’m going to risk telling you both versions of three stories. I’m trusting that […]

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10/10/2014
Category: Play, Podcast
Photograph by David Leathborough

I’ve always believed that one of the careers that deserved coveting must be Adventure Journalism. When I open up my Outside Magazine, National Geographic Adventure (now out of business), Backpacker, or Climbing I lap up the imagery and stories of far away lands. One of them stood out more than usual Will Paddle For Whiskey, by […]

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09/06/2014
Category: Life, Play, Work
Laguna Beach photography by Gabe Sullivan

I never set out to write a blog. I told myself, that’s the last thing the world needs, another guy with an opinion.  This month marks my three-year anniversary of this accidental creation, Work. Life. Play Blog/Podcast. I’ve learned that my voice is best inserted @ the intersections and crossroads of all three.  My hope is that I […]

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08/17/2014
Category: Life, Play, Work
Six to Ten hours a week I chose this.

This is a post about choices. I need to first set the scene so that you can understand how I discovered this nugget of truth. Yesterday I rode (cycled) 120 miles in preparation for an upcoming race. Five weeks from today, I am competing in my second IRONMAN Triathlon. The IRONMAN  was originally cooked up by […]

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