My 635-mile virtual race was on life support. Three months of effort and 415 miles run. Could better tracking save the day?Read More
While my weekly review keeps me afloat week to week; monthly planning ensures I’m aiming toward the right priorities.Read More
Everything changed in a single, fortuitous meeting. Two colleagues needed help so I offered a short lesson. With a 15-second outline…Read More
Then God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it he rested from all the work of creating that he had done. – Genesis 2:3Read More
In The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron explains that morning pages are “three pages of longhand writing, strictly stream-of-consciousness…Read More
How much of our lives are spent running?
While running and hard sprints get all the glory, success is often found elsewhere.Read More
My most important system day-to-day is my weekly review. The purpose, explicitly written on my checklist, is “capturing new tasks and knowledge to prepare for and excel in the week ahead.”Read More
Systems create leverage. A well-designed system redirects time and energy towards more meaningful purposes. Things that matter. Could you use more time?Read More
My theme for August is Lose Yourself:
I need to commit completely to the things that matter, a level far beyond anything else I’ve done this year. I’m going to break through barriers. It’s going to require sacrifices…Read More
In a world without limits, there are no victories. There is no job well done. Nothing is ever good enough.
“The enemy of art is the absence of limitations.”Read More