Trust, for the long haul

There’s a shallow kind, based on seeing attributes and hearing words that lend us to believe in someone. Folks can learn the words and attributes, then exploit this. Sales folks make a point of doing so. There’s another kind based on shared experiences and aligned values. This takes longer to form, though it builds a deeper commitment and is hard to short-cut. Remarkable politicians do … Continue reading Trust, for the long haul

It’s your race to run

Something I struggled with on Endure 24 as opposed to trotting over The Ridgeway last year, is the difference in goals that I wrote up yesterday. Your path might tread some of the same ground as other people’s, but what’s in your heart and head creates a different experience among different expectations. After picking up an injury I focused more on what I could still … Continue reading It’s your race to run