The inspiration for this stems from a something I posted recently regarding regrets and a subsequent post I read on Stuart Danker’s excellent blog. If you think about it, our biggest regrets are those times when we simply “gave up” or chose the easiest solution, the path of least resistance. Conversely, one of life’s enduring […]
Read More The key to happiness is daring to suck, and suck badly…or the mystery of motivation.
I’m a middle-aged man who, in his lifetime, has had some modest athletic gifts that have allowed him to compete in Karate, Boxing, Kick-boxing, Baseball, Cross-country, Track and Field (high jump), various semi-marathons and, most recently, Powerlifting. Try as I might, I can’t do “fitness”, it bores me to tears. The idea of working out […]
Read More Powerlifting, skateboarding and why keeping it real is so much fun.
Last Christmas, as an after thought, I bought my 10 year old son a somewhat crappy skateboard as a sort of oversized stocking stuffer. I have no idea why I bought it nor did I have any clear indication that he’d like it. And, in fact, when he opened this present he literally said “why […]
Read More Detours – why getting there is half the fun…