Monthly Archives: May 2014

Size Doesn’t Matter

“Take note of the number. Then get off the scale and get on with your life.” Back in my agency days, I worked with a client who claimed his best ideas came to him in the shower. When Florian called … Continue reading

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Now What? Life After A Marathon

“Getting lost? I prefer to think of it as, ‘Going exploring’” Remember when I said the taper is the hardest part of marathon training? Time to talk about, what I feel is the second-hardest part of training, and this one’s applicable … Continue reading

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No Disappointment, No Regrets, No Boston

“There are no regrets in life, just lessons” This past Saturday, on the nicest morning Fargo has seen in a long time, I crossed the finish line of my sixth full marathon. Topping that off, I got from mile 1 … Continue reading

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Second Time’s The Charm

“Sometimes you’ve gotta pick yourself up, dust yourself off and start over again” Back from another HARD CHARGE event, aka another stressful, exhausting but overall fun week. Those of you who aren’t familiar with HARD CHARGE and the obstacle racing … Continue reading

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