I asked performance guru Mark Verstegen to write a post about he has learned from the women in his life from his mom to the elite athletes he has trained.read more
I’m joining the Team at Exos, the leaders in elite performance training, as the new CEO and there are two lessons in the story of how this job found me.read more
Forbes list of 100 innovative business people only had one woman. Let’s fix that by exposing more powerful men to great women working alongside them.read more
Going BIG is hard, but we can learn from Emily Fayette: after going under 3-hours for her first marathon, she decided to shoot for the Olympics.read more
After a not so great year I’m dusting myself off, setting positive goals and exploring new and old ideas to get 2019 off on the right footing.read more
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