Re-Connecting People To Life

I’d say it’s been a little while since I’ve written on this little blog. I can’t say that I’ve worried about it, but I would say I’ve missed it. A lot. What I’ve missed most about it is how simple blogging can be. Think about something you want to say and just write about it. Right? Oh no. I mean. It used to be that way for me but then people actually paid attention to what I was writing and they did that thing called COMMENTING!!! They responded and I suddenly felt to pressure to actually use punctuation and grammar sort of and use spell check. Oh the pressure. SO I wrote and I wrote and I wrote some more. I wrote so much that I became somewhat known for being a blogger! … [Read more...]

It’s Not What You Know, It’s Who You Know

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I’ve come to know this phrase as a daily part of my life. I used to hear it all the time in my twenties and one day I decided to actually pay attention to what it really means. So wait a second, I went to college, got a degree and you are trying to tell me it’s not what I know, it’s who I know? Whatever. Well it’s true. Don’t get me wrong, I think getting a degree is a necessary experience and comes in handy when you least expect it. But what knowledge you have in the business world most times only takes you so far. It’s the relationships you develop along the way that help get to where you need to go with that well earned knowledge. Working in the music industry for the past … [Read more...]

Boulder 70.3 Half Ironman Race Report And My Future Fitness Plans

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Well I finished another race. My 30th triathlon to be exact. It was an emotional and painful finish. But then, any race with the name Ironman in it is bound to be just that. Emotional and painful. For those of you just now tuning in. The Boulder 70.3 Half Ironman is 1.2 miles of swimming, 56 miles on a bike and a 13.1 run. I felt really good going into the day. I felt like I had trained enough to cross the finish line, but knew I had lacked some training at times because of my schedule at home and with travel. The swim went really well for me. It was by far the best swim I had all summer long. Smooth, easy and strong. My wetsuit felt good and I got out of the water feeling like it … [Read more...]