A Half Ironman & Never Giving Up

Race Report Ironman 70.3 Philippines August 23, 2010 Tuesday, 8:00 pm Beginning of the race I was scared of the cut-off. It’s one thing to do a 1.9k swim, 90k bike, and then a 21k run. It’s another to finish that swim in 1 hour 10 minutes, finish the bike 6 hours from the start and finish the run within 8 hours from the starting … Continue reading A Half Ironman & Never Giving Up

What Matters Is How Many Times You Kept on Running

November 18, 2011 2:35 pm I ran the other day and it was a hard run to get through. It was hot, I still haven’t lost the extra pounds, and my lower legs were still sore from strength training two days before. I also wasn’t feeling too motivated. I’ve been in a funk recently and I woke up that day realizing that I’ve been waking … Continue reading What Matters Is How Many Times You Kept on Running

I Think I Know My Passion. Now What?

January 18, 2012.  8:08 pm. When you get in touch with your passions and those that have naturally been motivating you, the next question is: Now what do I do with them? Here are some of the things I’ve seen, learned, and throw back to my class (and anyone who asks): Passion & calls aren’t just about what you feel like doing or just self … Continue reading I Think I Know My Passion. Now What?

What Are You Made Of?

Here’s the story. In 2010, I did my first marathon: the first Bull Runner Dream Marathon.  Five minutes after crossing the finish line, I found myself thinking, “I want to do this again. And I want to do it better next time.” Just Getting To The Starting Line By November 2012 I had planned for a marathon in February 2013. After a great 2012 triathlon … Continue reading What Are You Made Of?

If You Could, How Would You Change the World?

I went to see a friend one night because he seemed like he needed a friendly face to say hello to. So I went, shared a quick meal, exchanged a few kind words and sat down to watch a few songs from a band I knew.  One of the songs was a cover of Eric Clapton’s “Change The World.” Something about that song always spoke … Continue reading If You Could, How Would You Change the World?