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: Randy

11 Mar
2017
How Winter’s Historic Peaks Expanded Our Horizons

By Randy Pierce "Success comes to those who have an entire mountain of gold that they continually mine, not those who find one nugget and

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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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11 Feb
2017
We need your help to reach our stretch goal for Peak Potential 2017!

By Randy Pierce I am attempting to give you all a little notice as I ask you to consider helping me reach for a daunting goal On Monday,

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04 Feb
2017
A New Opportunity: The Holman Prize

By Randy Pierce "The Holman Prize is not meant to save the world or congratulate someone for leaving the house This prize will spark

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28 Jan
2017
Time to Talk Teamwork

By Randy Pierce “Players win Games, Teams win Championships” – Bill Bellichick I attribute many of my successful accomplishments to

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14 Jan
2017
Inclusion at the heart of Nashua’s Gate City Marathon

By Randy Pierce "Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase" - Martin Luther King, Jr My friendships,

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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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18 Dec
2016
Celebrating the 5th Anniversary of our Single Season Winter Hiking Quest

By Randy Pierce The plan suggested it was to be a demonstration of Ability Awareness It was to be an appreciation of the diverse gifts

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10 Dec
2016
The Right Guide Makes All the Difference

By Randy Pierce Mt Isolation via Rocky Branch was looming as a daunting challenge for our team as we closed in on the completion of our

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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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30 Oct
2016
The Scary Realities of Vision Loss

We originally posted this a few years ago, but it's still relevant Happy Halloween! The Scary Realities of Vision Loss By Randy

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15 Oct
2016
Looking Inside a Poignant Moment on the Niagara River

By Randy Pierce “The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer

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08 Oct
2016
Thank you, Rob Webber!

By Randy Pierce On October 16 Rob Webber will run his very first marathon… while also choosing to guide me for that Bay State Marathon

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01 Oct
2016
Happy Anniversary, Tracy! Love the Adventures

By Randy Pierce The year we founded 2020 Vision Quest was also the year Tracy and I  chose to wed With a perfect date of 10/10/10 for

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25 Sep
2016
There and Back again – Kilimanjaro Reflections on the Anniversary

By Randy Pierce “'There and Back again' by Bilbo Baggins” was the alleged epic title of the fictional hero’s epic recording of his

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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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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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14 Aug
2016
How does Autumn warn you of an obstacle?

By Randy Pierce Students are often amused when I describe how Autumn has been trained in “intelligent disobedience” It is the dog

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