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Eric Deeter Attributes His Ultra Marathon Mindset To His Success


Today’s guest and I first connected several years ago as members of an entrepreneurial mastermind called the Next Level Society.

When we first met he wasn’t doing any running but things have drastically changed since then.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with my friend Eric Deeter today.

Eric Deeter

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Liz Warner Created Run To Reach In An Effort To Inspire Change


My guest on the show today is on a mission to run 30 marathons in 30 countries before she turns 30 all in the hopes of raising money for some worthy organizations.

Like all of us, her plans have been altered due to the Covid-19 situation, but she’s still finding a way to move forward despite the obstacles.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Liz Warner today.

Liz Warner

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Kristin Gordon Uses Lifes Obstacles As Motivation To Push Her Limits

Today’s guest is a woman that embraced running a little later in life.

Her passion for the sport inspired her to begin coaching and help others reach their goals as well.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Kristin Gordon today.

Kristin Gordon

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Teresa DeMers

The Biggest Competition for Teresa DeMers is Herself


Today I’m running a few easy miles with an athlete that is no stranger to the show.

Teresa DeMers, also known as Pumpkin, was on the show nearly 100 episodes ago for the Salty Running Extravaganza.

Teresa DeMers

Teresa DeMers

Teresa is now here for her own episode, and I think that this is going to be a fun one. Read more

New Years Resolutions, Success, Work

Are Marathoners Better at Keeping New Years Resolutions?

New Years Resolutions (or any big goals, for that matter) sound good for the first few days of the year. But, now that we are a couple of weeks into 2015, the burden associated with keeping our resolutions start to get real. By now, we are back at work, the kids are back in school, and the demands of “real life” are back with a vengeance and our resolutions become more and more difficult to maintain.

Therefore, it’s no surprise that many people are struggling to keep their New Years Resolutions by the second week of January. However, I’m still going strong on my resolutions for 2015, and I have no plans to start slacking in the foreseeable future.

Now, I don’t say this to brag. I’m struggling with a couple of my resolutions, but I have strategies in place to help me pick up the slack without sacrificing the momentum I’ve created on the goals that are going strong right now. Read more