There has to be a certain kind of crazy to do some of the things Mark Gibson has taken on. He’s done things like skateboarded from capital to capital (Washington DC to Ottawa, Canada) with his son. He ran 276 miles across the state of Pennsylvania from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia in (ten days – averaging over a marathon a day).
Bonnie McDonald on Giving Purpose to Tragedy
Backcountry Lifeline was founded in August 2015, following a crash on Stage 3 of the Big Mountain Enduro Series and Enduro World Series in Crested Butte, CO, in which 40-year old Will Olson died. Will was an expert rider favored to win the series, and to those who founded backcountry lifeline, he was a respected fellow rider, friend, and beloved fiancé. His death rocked the bike community, and support poured in from around the globe.
Today, Bonnie McDonald, Will’s fiancé Bonnie McDonald joins us to discuss loss and how to make some sense out of it – with some purpose and drive and the occasional days in the fetal position.
Randy Milanovic on Solving Problems, Not Checking Boxes
When you get a new lease on life, you stop checking boxes and do things differently. Randy Milanovic is the CEO and founder of Kayak Online Marketing. In 2009, a tough year for most of us, he had an even tougher year.
The Jargon-Free Explanation of a Digital Marketing Strategist’s Job
Let me ask you this: If your spouse were in a room full of your potential clients, and you weren’t there, would he/she be able to accurately describe what you do? Not just who you are but what you do? As it turns out, a lot of people don’t know what a digital marketing strategist is […]
The Grass is Greener Underfoot
Today is my first day back as the owner of Big Leap Creative and I am rather giddy with excitement. I’ve left this blog highly neglected during my time as chief content officer at Spin Sucks and I make no apologies for it. That was a great adventure; and one where I learned a ton. […]