Category Archives: leadership

Mind Over Body Is Over-rated

The phrase is often associated with self discipline but in a negative way: the mind has control of the body and can overpower one’s body to accomplish things.  It may work for a little while, but in the long run … Continue reading

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Free To Be Me

I am free to be me. Isn’t that always the case, you ask? Yes but, allow me to explain: I am not free if I don’t know it, feel it, or realize it. Like many, I face self imprisonment.  Shackled … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 23 Sep 2018

It has been two weeks of transition from my marathon in Erie, PA to off-season, a time typically marked by gradual healing, reflective soul searching, and occasionally a sense of nullness. I say “typically” because this time I applied my … Continue reading

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Aging Well

I enjoy good health and have been fortunate thus far in life without major hiccup. When I went for my annual physical checkup a few weeks ago, I asked the doctor that given my age (retired)  am I out-of-the-woods as … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Aug 2018

In memory of Senator John McCain. Week Eighteen of my Erie Marathon training.  Total miles ran this week: 40.  weight is 143.5 pounds and resting heart rate 57 beats per minute. No question the Personal Record at the Annapolis 10 miler was … Continue reading

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Day 6 Week 18 – In Memory of Sen. John McCain

16 miles long run fast finish, sunny & 78 degree. America has lost a good man.  

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Day 2 Week 17 – How Low Can We Go?

7 mile easy pace, cool & 72 degree “How low can we go?” was the question came to mind when I saw the headline on President Trump labeling Ms. Omarosa, his former White House Advisor, a dog.  Normally this question … Continue reading

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Day 1 Week 17 – Getting Ready For Racing

8 mile easy pace + 6 strides, cool & 71 degree Entering the last week of my Marathon Specific Phase, I feel recovered from the Saturday’s 21 miles run.  My body shows no sign of fatigue as if my empty”tank” … Continue reading

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Day 4 Week 16 – On Good Habits

2 mile warm up, 5 mile tempo, 1 mile cool down, sunny & 78 degree Feels good to be back on the marathon training after a day of unexpected “off.”  By now my body is more conditioned to go out, … Continue reading

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Day 5 Week 13  – Reblog: Personal Style

Elysha Lenkin’s post, 4 Steps To Create A Personal Style You Love,  is about creating your personal style.  But her message on finding who you are and what you love really hits home with me. Even better, she offers 4 … Continue reading

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