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marathon

The 3 Don’ts

I did my first live race in two years yesterday, and as with all intense endurance endeavors there are lessons to be learned from it. Essentially three rules for multistage events (triathlons, Ragnars, business and life) that if you

Will and Work

Want to win? All it takes is the Two Ws. Will. Work. Will and Work. That’s it. Will is developed over years, by pushing yourself in uncomfortable ways, by choosing the less easy path that develops your internal

Championship Blues

Ever hit that big goal, and then have nothing left emotionally for a while? A post-partum feeling of emptiness and maybe even depression, the blues and blahs after hitting MDRT or having your best year ever or running that marathon?

Go The Distance

I swore I would never do a marathon again. So this weekend I did a double marathon (an ultramarathon), because two negatives is technically a positive from a mathematics point of view. 52.5 miles, increasing in difficulty as I went

Losing a Diamond

So the other day I found out that one of the profound influences on my career was gone. “Diamond” Jim Nemec, my first General Agent and as such the archetype to me of an insurance leader, passed on last year. The man who took a