This was shared by Roger Wright Running For My Existence Roger, thanks for sharing and reminding us that like marathon running: Life is a journey not a destination. Thanks also to Doug Freese and his continued contributions to Google Group: rec.running.
In an earlier piece I wrote about Running form and attached a picture of Nicholas Romanov, founder of Pose Method, running across the ice at an ice rink. I came across another video of him at the blog site of a friend with whom I’ve corresponded off and on for the past two years. This […]
Marshall Goldsmith’s presentation to the Leading@Google Video Series is well worth the watch. He shared his wisdom about 3 years ago with me and my fellow Chairs at the Vistage 50th anniversary celebration in San Diego. You will enjoy reading Bob Nourse’s recollections about his founding of TEC, now called Vistage. Be sure to check […]
This is shared with you from a fellow Vistage Chair and friend: Dwight Frindt Ready for 2010? First, complete 2009. It’s the time of year when many of us conduct annual rituals that may include everything from strategic planning sessions for business to making New Year’s resolutions or setting Bold Goals for 2010 and beyond. […]
“SOLVITUR AMBULANDO: The problem will walk itself out.” ––Latin Proverb. The Journey of a Running Therapist A Sometimes Mindful Runner ©1997, 2009 Austin’Ozzie’ Gontang, Ph.D. The issue will always be, “When was your last run?” Not what you did last month or last year or ten years ago. The sojourn, however, is often of interest […]
The following two poems have touched my soul. They have guided me through the deaths of my dad in ’94, my mom in ’96 and a woman whom I loved who committed suicide in 1993. My brother in 2003, nine years to the day of my father’s death: April 15th, Gontang irony. I have shared […]
Good friend and former TEC Chair, Corey Olynik, has been writing a weekly column for a number of years called: Ideas? Questions! I’ve subscribed to it when I first found out about it. I thought I’d share his Idea/Question for this week of October 20th. A most helpful column to become what Lee Thayer so […]