I had a conversation with an NBA player from New Orleans the other day. Actually, I chatted with a few of them outside of the Ritz Carlton in uptown Charlotte; the entire team was seated outside at cafe tables when I passed during my walking break of my run that morning. As I waited for
LIMIT THE EGO.
My tea bag label last night contained a profound lesson on ego, humility and limitations, and, coincidentally I was sharing tea with one of the most humble, ego-less people I know, my friend Kelly Fillnow. The tea read: when ego is lost, limit is lost. Even more perfectly timed was that
GET IN TO GET OUT.
Todd Durkin always says 10-in, 10-out. It’s no surprise that he’s among the best of the best in the fitness industry, as are the clients he trains. Life is just like training: you get out of it what you put into it. Put in 10, or your best, you will get out 10. Put
It’s easy to run a race in which with every step you are reminded of the gift that it is to breathe. It’s even easier when surrounded by 1,000 other runners, all gathered together in movement to celebrate the life of someone who believed in being “relentlessly positive.” The Sally
LOVE YOUR CIRCLES.
Kona, Hawaii is currently crawling with the top triathletes in the world in preparation for the Ironman World Championships taking place there this weekend. Among the elite, I am proud to say that two very good friends of mine, Kelly Fillnow and Molly Roohi, are also preparing to compete with the best of the best.
But friendship is precious, not only in shade, but in the sunshine of life; and thanks to a benevolent arrangement of things, the greater part of life is sunshine. -Thomas Jefferson The greater part of life is sunshine, especially when you surround yourself with people who are sunny. This weekend, in spite of much rain, I