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Thank You Microsoft

Thank you Microsoft for all of the amazing memories, friendships and a lifetime worth of learning about business, technology and perhaps most importantly, a lesson on how to work together with others to achieve a common vision. It’s funny how the skills I learned in grade-school about how to cooperate and work well with others ended …

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Deception Pass State Park Camping Adventure

Alison and I headed up to Deception Pass State Park for a last-minute overnight camping adventure. We’ve gotten in the habit of going on overnight camping trips through the summer (OK, this is our third one!). Even one night of camping is enough to clear out the cobwebs from a full week of everyday tasks …

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Responsibility

The most important thing is to decide to take responsibility for whatever happens in your life. It doesn’t matter if someone else was involved or deemed ‘at fault’. Responsibility is ultimately centered on ourselves. We are in charge of how we interpret situations, the emotions we feel about them and our reactions to them. A …

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From Telurideinside.com

Born to Run: The Copper Canyon Ultramarathon and My Run with the Tarahumara

A few years ago I participated in one of the most challenging and unique footraces alongside some of the most talented runners on earth, The Tarahumara.

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Copper Canyon Adventure and Ultramarathon

Ever since hearing about the Tarahumara from Tony Robbins at a workshop several years ago (Tony was sharing tips on fitness and endurance), I’ve dreamed about visiting the Copper Canyons of Mexico. Reading Born to Run a short while later got me really excited and upon meeting Caballo Blanco (Micah True) and Barefoot Ted in …

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Galapagos Sea Lions Lounging Around – Cute Overload!

I just got back from an amazing trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. I’m swimming in almost a thousand pics and an hour of video. Enjoy this above clip until I parse through everything and get a proper write-up posted. I took this video using my Flip HD camera on Sante Fe Island in …

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Assisting at Level 1 Baptiste Yoga Teacher Training

I’m headed back to Level 1 Teacher Training for Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga. I attended last year as a student, and this time I will be an assistant, supporting the other students and teachers in the program. I’m looking forward to spending another 8 days in the Catskills at Menla Mountain Retreat Center, disconnecting from …

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