A wide shot of the Andes Mountains with a snow covered Mt. Ausangate in the center. The 2020 team of eleven are hiking in the foreground on a beautiful day.

Tag: 2020VQ

28 May
2017
Leadership and an invitation to support our mission!

By Randy Pierce "To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart" –Eleanor Roosevelt I thought much upon the

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01 Apr
2017
2020 Team with a Vision – Banking on Success

By Randy Pierce Today, I’m proud to officially announce the team of which I’m a part in this journey to my third Boston Marathon

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04 Mar
2017
Future In Sight – Change with a potent purpose

By Randy Pierce As Chairman of the Board of Directors for the New Hampshire Association for the Blind, I have been actively and

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19 Feb
2017
Help us reach our goal for Peak Potential 2017!

By Randy Pierce With snowstorms hammering New England in the last week, our readers may have been a little distracted and missed last

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31 Dec
2016
Goals for 2017

By Randy Pierce My "vision" for 2017 as it pertains to both the 2020 Vision Quest and myself is admittedly fraught with a little more

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26 Nov
2016
Happy Thanksgiving and the Heart of Our Mission

By Randy Pierce The ever affectionate Autumn interrupted my attempts at typing a blog so I provide a short video on the heart of our

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13 Nov
2016
Peak Potential 2016: “And you were all there.”

By Beth Foote "And you were all there" That’s what Randy said on Saturday night during his remarks at 2020 Vision Quest’s 7th

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17 Sep
2016
“Lego my Autumn” as she and I present for FIRST LEGO League!

By Randy Pierce Stepping in front of the energized auditorium for the kick-off event of the FIRST LEGO League Animal Allies season, Autumn

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11 Sep
2016
Peak Potential is fast approaching — Won’t you join us?

By Randy Pierce A leader's job is not to do the work for others, it's to help others figure out how to do it themselves, to get things

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11 Jun
2016
An Insider’s View of the “Walk in My Shoes” at the NHAB Walk for Sight!

By Randy Pierce Several hundred people descended upon the McGreal Sight Center for the NH Association for the Blind’s 13th annual Walk

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17 Apr
2016
#WalkInMyShoes

By Randy Pierce As Patriots Day arrives with my making a slightly different attempt to savor the 120th running of the Boston Marathon, I

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02 Apr
2016
Announcing our 7th Annual Peak Potential Charity Dinner & Auction: November 12, 2016

By Randy Pierce Our 7th Annual Peak Potential Charity Dinner and Auction is the pivotal event for our entire year We have moved to the

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27 Mar
2016
Derry school visit helps me celebrate another anniversary

By Randy Pierce “You get out what you put in!” – Oberto Beef Jerky slogan Caught in the frustration and setback of my health

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27 Feb
2016
Guest blog: It’s all about access

By Rick Stevenson This seems a fitting time for us to re-issue a 2020 guest blog post originally published two years ago on the topic of

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13 Feb
2016
Shouting from the Mountaintops and a Call to Action

By Randy Pierce “I am only one, But still I am one I cannot do everything, But still I can do something; And because I cannot do

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02 Jan
2016
2016 – A Look ahead to the Book ahead

By Randy Pierce Those in attendance at our Sixth Annual Peak Potential Dinner and Auction in November were afforded a very limited

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20 Dec
2015
Happy Holidays!

By Randy Pierce I still well recall the excitement I felt as a boy when the Christmas season approached It wasn’t just Christmas

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13 Dec
2015
2020 Vision Quest announces: NHAB hires new CEO

By Randy Pierce This year included two significant changes for the New Hampshire Association for the Blind As both we at 2020 Vision Quest

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05 Dec
2015
TEDx-Springfield Talk arrives to the Web for all to experience!

By Randy Pierce I’m thrilled to share my second TEDx talk with all of you! My first talk was centered on the notion of how all of us can

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21 Nov
2015
Thanksgiving at the 2020 Vision Quest hearth

By Randy Pierce I believe that the active demonstration of thankfulness is more valuable than just the expressing of thankfulness

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