Posts Tagged ‘Ultra-marathons’
Are You Committed or Making Excuses?
Building a Legacy Lifestyle requires complete and ruthless commitment, in every area of your life. Today I want to talk about recognizing whether you are committed or just looking for excuses. Oftentimes we talk about the things that we want but in reality, we are not willing to do the work that we know is…Read More
Who Do You Have To Become To Live a Legacy Lifestyle?
Knowing who you have to become to live the legacy lifestyle is about becoming the person, inside and out that you need to be … the one who will make that commitment every single day. As I’ve been writing these blogs over the last few weeks, I’ve been thinking back to the experiences that I’ve had…Read More
How I Came Off The Couch To Running Two 50K’s, a 100K, And 75.6 Miles…
And still felt like a failure… I live a very goal-oriented, outcome-based life. That applies to what I call the Big 4 areas of my life (Physical, Spiritual, Relational, Financial). In March of 2018, as I was preparing for a very challenging physical event in September of this year, I decided that I would sign up for…Read More
Quitting Just Isn’t An Option
You can program yourself to become ruthlessly committed. And it’s easier than you may think. As some of you may know, I participated in the SEALFIT Kokoro event a few years ago. For those of you who have no idea what Kokoro is, or what SEALFIT is, it’s a 50-hour crucible put on by Mark Divine.…Read More
Because I Choose To
I am living life on my terms. And you can too! Why run 50k’s? Why SEALFIT Kokoro? Why Ironman or 100-mile ultra races? Why bike across America? Recently I was asked why I do these extreme – and to many, incomprehensible – physical, mental, and emotional challenges. Most don’t understand and need a reason WHY. One…Read More
Details Matter – Lessons from the Kettle 100
Not paying attention to details can derail even your best efforts. For those of you who are just joining us, I competed in the Kettle 100 in June, and although I didn’t finish, I wanted to share a very important lesson I learned during that race. You see, things were going really well. I was…Read More