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Being a beginner again is hard

Yesterday, I participated in a clinic put on by the Challenged Athletes Foundation at Harvard Stadium. Invited were people with disabilities (all were leg amputees either above or below knee) who could either work on faster, better mobility in one part of the field with the infamous Bob Gailey leading or could get tips and [...]

2014 PMC hardest ever

This was my 12th time riding in the Pan Mass Challenge. I raised $7,956 this year and $87,782 in my 12 years. The PMC been going on for 35 years now and is the largest athletic fund-raiser in the world. This year our group of 5,000+ riders will raise $40M and 100% of every donated [...]

Taking up SUP

Stand Up Paddleboarding or SUP is a sport that is all the rage. Like surfing, it originated in Hawaii as it is an off-shoot of surfing. Surfers lie or kneel on their surfboards and paddle out through the breaking waves to get out where they can catch their next wave to ride. But since they [...]

What’s Your Pilgrimage?

There is great importance to my annual ski week pilgrimage that begins today in Jackson Hole, WY and continues to Alta, UT. Certainly it’s important to occasionally go do something physically challenging. You’re a skier so you want to push yourself to maybe take on ever more challenging slopes and if you have graduated to expert, [...]

The Success Triple Package of Traits

Yale Law Professors Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld in a recent New York Times opinion piece entitled “What Drives Success?” postulate that some cultural minority groups achieve success far beyond what their proportion of the population would indicate because of three traits: a feeling of exceptionality, juxtaposed with a feeling of insecurity, focused by impulse [...]

Heaven runs again

Her name is Heaven Redd. She calls home Boerne, Texas where her mother and three sisters live. But she now loves her adopted Maine away from the Texas heat–which she loathes–where she attends the Hyde boarding school in the town of Bath. Hyde was the name of the founder of the famous Bath Iron Works [...]

Guest post: Larry Berkelhammer, PhD

Help Yourself By Helping Others Larry Berkelhammer, PhD We have a universal need to feel connected to others. Although we can survive in isolation, we cannot thrive without a sense of belonging and membership in some type of community. One of the very best ways to thrive in community is to find ways to reach out and [...]

An $8730 charity fundraise summer

To all the supporters of Carole and my fundraisers this year: thank you so much for your support. From 80 supporters we raised $8730. From that $1485 was donated to Boston Healthcare for the Homeless. And we were able to donate 100% of the $7245 you contributed to my PMC ride. That is part of [...]

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