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Living without technology

July 15, 2011


I spent the past week hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. I had the best of both worlds since I enjoyed nature during the day and then spent the evenings in the lap of luxury at the Mt. Washington Hotel. Sure the Mt. Washington Hotel has the latest technology, a fast Internet connection […]

How new hiking poles help me make better business decisions

May 24, 2011


If you’ve read my other blog posts, you know that I love the outdoors. There’s something about being outside, whether it’s hiking, kayaking or snowshoeing, that works both my body and my mind. A recent experience with new hiking poles taught me a lesson in making better decisions. Here’s how my new hiking poles have […]

Be productive – live in the moment

November 10, 2010

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As one who loves intense exercise, it came as a surprise to me that I also love yoga and meditation. It took me awhile to understand this. Both yoga and meditation teach you to be present in the moment and not think about the past or the future. This was easy to do with yoga […]

Just push through it

October 6, 2010


The theme for these past few weeks is how my hobbies like hiking and kayaking have helped me in the business world. This post is no different. I went for a three hour hike this past weekend. The weather was perfect, cool and clear. About halfway through my hike, I felt blisters starting to form […]

How hiking has improved my online marketing skills

September 15, 2010


  It is only fitting that my inspiration for this post came to me as I was nearing the summit of Mt. Monadnock in New Hampshire. The weather was classic New England early fall with a brilliant blue sky and sun shining brightly on the yellow birch leaves. Hiking has touched my life in so […]