This blog is me dumping thoughts - a journal of sorts - and I'm sharing it with the hope that it can encourage even just a single soul. Thank you for reading!
This blog is a short reflection on what it means to be a coach. I'd love if you'd read.
It's from Tsh Oxenreider and it goes, “people are willing to be brave when they admit their smallness within the enormity of the world, and the best way to understand our smallness is to leave our comfort zones and start exploring, one foot in front of the other.”
In the hopes that these help someone else, here are the thoughts from the week (word for word from my journal).
This blog is all about pursuing "good enough" for long enough while embracing progress over perfection.
This blog comes from a conversation with someone who’s had a massive impact on me for a long time. I hope it inspires you to embrace the art of becoming.
I've been reflecting on one lesson in particular that the game football has ingrained in me - it's a simple message that more people could use and that's why I'm writing this blog. No matter what happened the previous play, the ball still gets snapped (because it's not about you).
Last weekend, James Boria broke TWO world records and made me a proud client and friend. This blog is about the shared suffering that made a bear crawl ultramarathon so special.
The best selling is all about serving and that's something we should all do more of.
I decided to see how many push ups I could do in one hour and the answer (for now) is 1,323. Most people have asked "why?" and this blog is the simple set of answers.