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QT: The Problem With Procrastination for Runners


If you saw the post in my IG story recently, you know that I got a new podcasting toy to play with!

Thanks to the support of several listeners via Patreon, I recently purchased a Zoom recorder so I can do interviews on location.

Up until now, I’ve either had to have someone come to the house to do an interview in person (which has happened a couple of times) or utilize skype to connect with my guests.

Finally, I’m able to interview people in person which I really think is going to help me take my interview skills, and hopefully the quality of the show, to another level. Read more

QT: Proactively Addressing the Obstacles in Your Path


I don’t know about you, but I’m excited for 2019!

I’ve got big goals and I’m already getting to work on making this year the best year ever in just about every area of my life. Read more

QT: Are Your Running Priorities/Goals Changing? That’s OK! (Best Of-ish)


This post/episode originally published in September of 2017. The post/show notes are simply copy/pasted from the original post, but the podcast audio is a new take on the same subject.

What kind of person are you when it comes to accepting change?

We Fear Change

We Fear Change

Fair enough.

If you’re the kind of person that isn’t a fan of making major changes to your priorities, I have a bit of bad news for you: sometimes you have no choice but to change course.

Sorry. Read more

Running 80/20 Requires Patience

QT: Don’t Forget that Patience is DEFINITELY a Virtue (Best Of-ish)


This post/episode originally published in May of 2017. The post/show notes are simply copy/pasted from the original post, but the podcast audio is a new take on the same subject.

Don’t take shortcuts, they take too long. ~Sonia Simone

Words to live by, to be true.

In the past, I’ve come across several conversations related to patience and delayed gratification.

And as runners, we tend to suck in this area.

It's True

Keeping the Long View in Mind

First things first, when I mention the long view what am I getting at exactly? Read more

QT: Setting the Right Goals Doesn’t Happen by Chance


Now that you’ve taken the time to look back, it’s time to look forward!

(Wait, you didn’t take the time to look back yet? Please check out this post before setting new goals for yourself!)

Setting new goals isn’t something that should be done willy-nilly.

If you’re serious about being successful, both in the short and long term, it’s important that you’re setting the right goals for yourself.

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