Tag Archives: goal accomplishment

“I Believe I Can Fly”

  Like the 4 minute mile barrier shattered by Roger Bannister in 1954, today Elioud Kipochoge, the reining Olympic Gold medalist, proved that the 2 hour marathon barrier is a myth.  He broke it in Vienna Austria with a time … Continue reading

Posted in Goals, inspiration | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Getting The Job Done

  You can call me an “executor.”  Once a decision is made, I follow through regardless circumstance of hell or high water.  Maybe it’s the discipline from my marathon training, my work habit, or my personality.  Or just maybe action … Continue reading

Posted in Goals | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Don’t Hold Back

Aging has a tendency to make one conservative. You know how that works: lessons learned, experience accumulated, risk averse, wiser, yada yada . . . The reality is, I believe as we get older, our fear of getting hurt increases. … Continue reading

Posted in Goals, life | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

No “Right” Way

Claims on possessing of the “right” ways are copious.  Bookstore shelves are filled with  them.  Self help, business potential, investment strategy, leadership, etc.  You name it, and they have it.  But truth be told – there is no “right” way.  … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, blogging, inspiration, leadership, life | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

The Future Is Now

  Whether the glass is half full or half empty, the reality is the same – the future is now.  Paul Kalanithi, author of When Breath Becomes Air, wrote ” Most ambitions are either achieved or abandoned; either way, they … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, Goals, inspiration, leadership, life | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Day 1 Week 19 – Post A-10 Reflection

  Marathon Training 40 min recovery jog, pleasant & 71 degree Post A-10 Reflection With the Annapolis 10 miler now behind me, Erie Marathon is in my crosshairs. However, before I dive into the marathon, a few thoughts from yesterday’s … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, Goals, marathon training, race, time management | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Day 2 Week 18 – Want Better Answer?

  Marathon Training 48 min (5 mi) plus 6 strides, sunny & 79 degree What’s the question? Many search for answers but become frustrated in return.  Granted, not everything in life lend themselves to clear answers.  Like the question meaning … Continue reading

Posted in big data, marathon training, relationship, social | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

What’s The Question?

Almost five months have gone by since I learned that I missed the 2019 Boston Marathon Cut-off by 1 second.  Enough time has passed for my  bruised feeling to heal.  Even though as I said before, try harder next time, … Continue reading

Posted in big data, Boston Marathon, Goals, marathon training | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Is Virtual Community Real?

Virtual community such as online social networks is great for information sharing.  Empowered by internet and digital technology, virtual community is information superhighway that covers a wide spectrum of interests and audiences.  Speed, agility, and potential unlimited membership make virtual … Continue reading

Posted in big data, Politics, relationship, social | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Of Hopes And Lies

The optimistic proverb of Alexander Pope, “hope springs eternal,” is rooted in facts, according to Deborah Mills-Scofield, not fantasy.  Otherwise, it’s no different from dreaming!  A critical distinction worthy of repeating that hope is “rooted in facts.” American voters were … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, Goals, inspiration, social | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment