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  • Big Sur Marathon 2019

    Big Sur Marathon 2019

    Sunday was a journey. The 26.2 miles I ran along the Pacific Coast on California’s Highway 1 made for one of the most challenging marathon courses I’ve ever completed—the Big Sur Marathon. Each mile was filled with not only out-of-this-world … Continue reading →(Read More »)
  • Images On The Run

    Images On The Run

    Do you run with your phone, or maybe even another camera like a GoPro? I didn’t before, but now I do (on most runs). I like to capture images (still, and occasionally video), whenever the occasion arises. You never know … Continue reading →(Read More »)
  • New Shoes: Step Out of the Comfort Zone!

    New Shoes: Step Out of the Comfort Zone!

    It’s been far too long since I’ve blogged here. And I’m not going to make any excuses. I simply haven’t prioritized blogging amidst the competing priorities of life we all face. Monday morning, as I put on a new pair … Continue reading →(Read More »)
  • Race Report – Raleigh Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

    Race Report – Raleigh Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

    Date: April 12, 2015 Miles: 13.1 Weather: Clear, 52-55 Overview: The Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon (and full marathon) returned to Raleigh April 12, following last year’s inaugural event. I decided to run the RNR Raleigh Half the second year … Continue reading →(Read More »)
  • 5 Principles To Navigating The Marketing Technology Landscape In 2014 – Why They Matter

    5 Principles To Navigating The Marketing Technology Landscape In 2014 – Why They Matter

    Last week, I blogged for Bluewolf on 5 Principles To Navigating The Marketing Technology Landscape In 2014. Each of these principles should be fully integrated. A great example of the importance of this integration is social engagement. A recent article … Continue reading →(Read More »)