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: Motivation

22 Apr
2018
Framing Failure as Setback through Success

By Randy Pierce The 2018 Boston Marathon featured the worst marathon weather I’ve ever experienced: cold temperatures, relentless

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25 Mar
2018
I See No Obstacles: Anniversary of the LA Tough Mudder Extravaganza

By Randy Pierce "Give your all, and whenever possible give it with the support of a team you deserve and which deserves you The

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12 Mar
2018
Happy Anniversary, Autumn! Four Years Already?

By Randy Pierce It is so easy to celebrate every single day with such a joyous, loving lady as Autumn! She is far and away the most

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25 Feb
2018
Momentum and the “Make your Bed” Movement

By Randy Pierce Do you ever have those days where it's difficult to get out of bed After my presentations I’m often asked

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18 Feb
2018
Training the Mind and Body for Boston – The Right Guide Always Helps!

By Randy Pierce “If you want something you’ve never had, you must be willing to do something you’ve never done” —Thomas

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03 Feb
2018
Want to Quit Quitting? 5 Tips to Help

By Randy Pierce The enthusiasm for January’s resolutions may have waned and many people find themselves particularly poised for a

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14 Jan
2018
“Forward, Upward, Onward”: An interview with author Matt Landry

By Randy Piece “The problem I had, and I suspect a lot of people have, is that you sometimes give yourself the illusion of moving

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25 Nov
2017
California and the USABA National Marathon Championship!

By Randy Pierce “Running is 90% Mental and 10% physical” – runner’s adage Certainly there is much more than 10% physical involved

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29 Oct
2017
Why do we do it? The rewards of our school presentation mission

By Randy Pierce “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire" -- Likely anonymous though often mistakenly

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15 Oct
2017
Guest Blog: Inspiration Under The Radar

By Greg Neault I was running when I wrote this, so sue me if it goes too fast A lot of people have asked me why I decided to run a

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07 Oct
2017
Major Marathon Milestone as we go Back to Back and Coast to Coast!

By Randy Pierce  "The real purpose of running isn't to win a race It's to test the limits of the human heart" —Bill Bowerman, track

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05 Aug
2017
Healthy thoughts for all as I start my training

By Randy Pierce The arrival of August heralded the start of my training for the California International Marathon (CIM) for December 3

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29 Jul
2017
The hardest part of blindness today

By Randy Pierce “Patience How long will that take!” – Tracy Pierce I firmly believe going blind was much harder than being blind

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21 May
2017
Teamwork on the Gate City Relay and Marathon

By Randy Pierce “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much" --Hellen Keller My original goal was simply to share time

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22 Apr
2017
Moving Forward in Celebration!

By Randy Pierce “Life is what happens while we are busy making other plans” – John Lennon Recently our focus has been upon the

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25 Mar
2017
Mission Possible

By Randy Pierce One of the many joys of the path I attempt to follow involves the incredible people and stories I find along the way In

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03 Sep
2016
September nostalgia includes some struggles for Randy

By Randy Pierce In a week where Gene Wilder took his final breath, I’ve had plenty of reflections upon the many dreams I choose to

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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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23 Jan
2016
Just say “No” to reading this blog

By Randy Pierce I have some really exciting news about 2020 Vision Quest to share with you next week but we have a little more work to

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09 Jan
2016
Failure, triumph, determination, love and support: A moving testimony to the human spirit

By Randy Pierce “Long after the names of the medalists have faded from our minds, you will be remembered for having finished, for having

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