12/20/2013
Category: Life, Why you should keep going?, Work
M Field center stage at Quicksilver launch

A lack of action guarantees 100% probability that absolutely nothing new has a chance of happening. None of us, not a single one of us, can predict what will or won’t happen tomorrow. You have to risk the next unknown step. No one knows if they’re going to become the next Steve Jobs ProBlogger TED […]

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12/08/2013
Category: Life, Work
Usain Bolt after loosing

You were out the gate and setting a blistering pace. The crowd was offering their cheers and accolades. Everyone believed you were going to do it this time. It looked like you were pulling out in front ahead of the rest. You were on pace to win It is easier to start than to finish. […]

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11/21/2013
Category: Life, Play, Work
I wish this was the view from my office

When was the last time you got up from your desk and got outside for five minutes before the next meeting? Instead of checking one more email or returning one more phone call, I think you should stand up from your cubicle and go outside. In America we spend most of our time at work. […]

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11/17/2013
Category: Life, Play, Work
Kelly Slater

Someone is going to Win a Grammy Start a women’s movement Raise ten million dollars Ring the opening bell for trading at the London Stock Exchange Move to Hawaii Write a New York Times best seller Win the Boston Marathon Live to be 110 years old Set the world record for eating the most goldfish […]

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11/03/2013
Category: Life, Work
Oral B Floss

It’s easy to tell ourselves If I only I had more time then I would (fill in the blank) Balance my checkbook Stretch my back Clean out the garage Floss my teeth Today, we woke up with an extra hour in the bank (here in the US-daylight savings time change). So what did you do […]

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10/30/2013
Category: Life, Play, Podcast
DeepSurvivalLG

For some reason this podcast interview has tugged at my heart and my Lizard Brain resistance has delayed my publishing this episode. I guess the real truth for me is this interview hits very close to home and my own experiences with survival. I think I simply wanted to enjoy marinating in two of my […]

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10/06/2013
Category: Life, Work
whispy clouds canyonlands

I usually have an idea in my head or a concept that I am looking forward to unpacking with the keystrokes of my Mac. This time I don’t! At the moment my idea reservoir is about as dry as the Canyonlands of Utah. For today, my entry is to say that I have no big […]

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09/25/2013
Category: How to get started?, Life, Work
Die-Empty-3d-500-205x300

I was recently in London and came across this chalkboard at this outdoor pub.  It stopped me in my tracks, as they were inviting people to write for everyone to see what they most desire to do before they die. “Live Right” “Travel to ….” “Kiss …..” I immediately thought of Todd Henry’s new book, […]

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09/18/2013
Category: Life, Play, Podcast
Dean Karnazes Profile 3 x 5

“I’d rather be doing what I love”. Kind, humble, all-inclusive, Dean Karnazes is more than a runner. He is an ambassador of passion. It’s important to hear that Dean’s mission is not to convert you to become a runner or attempt to run ridiculous amounts of miles. Instead Dean believes that his story should encourage […]

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09/09/2013
Category: Life, Podcast, Work
Tess Vigeland-Remarkable and Brave

Tess Vigeland jumped without a net. She left a successful career in radio broadcasting without her next job lined up and stepped into the abyss of the unknown. Tess Vigeland is a veteran journalist, and a well-known voice to millions of American radio listeners. She is the CEO of Tess Vigeland Productions, a Los Angeles-based […]

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