The BAD news: school never ends. The GOOD news……

Why embracing being a lifetime student is something that you’ll have to come to terms with. But trust me, it’s worth it!

YIKES!¬†I hope I got your attention with that one. If someone told me that school would NEVER end…I’d have dropped out in the 2nd grade…am I right or am I right ūüôā

Hey you soon to be grads, young professionals and young entrepreneurs…there’s a silver lining. Never fret. I don’t mean actual school. I simply mean, LEARNING.

Take it from me. My life experience was one of continuously moving up in my education because I just thought that that was the be all end all answer to life success. Guess what, I was wrong. One thing that I WISH school had taught me (aside from the ever-useful Pythagorean theorem) is that your learning is never done.

Let’s face it. Education these days teaches you how to find a job, but not build a life. What did that mean for me? Transparently…going into massive debt going through higher level education just in hopes of making it big when in reality, I had NO idea what I wanted for my life. Sound like you? I changed my mind so many times because I kept going after what seemed to be EASY or have a quick chance of making big bucks. But no one ever sat me down and helped me go through planning out my life through recognizing my strengths, passions, purpose, and true life WANTS. And boy, I wish they did.

This might not have been everyone’s experience. You might have been blessed by knowing at a young age exactly what you wanted in life. But I did not. I NEVER saw myself working for someone else or in a corporation. I had so many interests, IDEAS, and admittedly a rebel soul, that I only wanted to build a business based around my personal identity and brand. But I didn’t know how. Nor was I taught.

Fast forward to today. I’m working independently as a professional speaker, coach, and consultant working with young people my age…and younger…helping them solve this issue before it becomes too difficult to solve later. This was my issue, and because they say the best business ideas come from a solution to a personal problem, this is the problem I wish someone would have solved for me, and what I’m helping people do now.

How did I get there? BY FORGETTING EVERYTHING I KNEW. Today, you HAVE to embrace being a constant student. You will always be learning, no matter WHAT. Do NOT be afraid to learn, assess, unlearn, relearn, and unlearn again.¬†Once I got rid of everything I was taught, sought out my own guidance and knowledge on how to find my passion and improve my life, I was inundated with a wealth of eye opening knowledge that set me on the right path. Yes it’s hard. Yes it’s time consuming. Yes it’s stressful. But YES it’s worth it! I would have rather gone through this struggle to find out what I needed to know later in life, so I can help others do the same, rather than never having to have to learn from struggle in the first place.

It’s still better to be lost in the RIGHT direction, than it is to be on the right path in the WRONG direction. Drop me a line on how I can help YOU!

The Young Entrepreneur’s List of Resources

Are you an aspiring young entrepreneur who has NO idea where to start? Here is a list of potential resources for you, regardless of where you live!

If you were like me, the entrepreneurial drive was INTENSE. It was so intense that I couldn’t think of ANYTHING else. I HAD to be a successful entrepreneur. I was TIRED of working for someone else. I had SO many great IDEAS and the DRIVE to make a HUGE IMPACT! It was this need for significance, coupled with a few great ideas that really led me to make the leap into this unknown and uncertain world.

But honestly, my past schooling didn’t teach me how to proceed as an entrepreneur. It taught me how to survive in the workforce, as an employee of someone else! Thus, with no experience, I had NO idea where to start. None. And on top of this, I was in a COMPLETELY new city. So not only was I setting out on this brand new venture, but I was in a brand new place where I essentially had to start from scratch.

At first, this was extremely intimidating. But the drive was too strong. I was going to learn and read and talk and find ANY and ALL knowledge I possible could and NEEDED to. Below I have compiled a list for you on resources you may be able to start to get a handle on how to proceed with your own entrepreneurial venture. One thing to keep in mind…it will not be easy. it Will take a lot of work, it will take a LOT of time, and it will take a LOT of energy. But listen here, it’s not your resources, but your RESOURCEFULNESS that counts. Do what drives you and fires your soul! The key to each of these categories, is to research the entity that is specific to your area.

  1. MENTORS – The BIGGEST and MOST important thing I can tell you is to find a MENTOR. You must find a mentor. I don’t care where you are or who you are or what you’re doing, you will be successful QUICKER and more effectively if you utilize the knowledge of someone who has done it BEFORE! Remember, the most effective way to become an entrepreneur is to not reinvent the wheel, but to build off of what someone else has already done. In my experience, people you approach about being mentors are more than willing to help you. If they are not willing to help you, they are not the type of person you’d want to learn from anyway. RESEARCH big names in your area in your line of work you are trying to entre, contact them, and simply ask them. The worse that can happen is they say no. You may even be able to utilize someone out of your immediate network. But mentorship and guidance is a must these days, and any successful entrepreneur and business professional who’s worth their salt has learned, or continues to learn, from their own mentor.
  2. Local government organizations – many times your local entrepreneurial ecosystem will be supported by local government organizations. Why? The government wants entrepreneurial ventures and small businesses to succeed in your city to BOOST the economy. If you go to your local government website, you may find small business bureaus, small business educational resources, entrepreneurial grant opportunities, and much more.
  3. Local entrepreneurial accelerators – if you live in a bigger city, chances are there are local entrepreneurial accelerator non-profit companies. Most of the time you will find these in share or co-working spaces for remote workers and small businesses. These accelerators usually do application processes 1-2 times per year to bring an up and coming entrepreneurial venture into their accelerator program. Even if you do not get into the program, they usually have innumerable resources for the young professional or entrepreneur, including a list of local mentors.
  4. Local young leadership networks РIn my experience, these are getting more and more popular. The young, millennial and Gen Y workforces are gathering together to support each other in the professional landscape, as well as entrepreneurship. These can be found through a simple consultation with Dr. Google. For example, New Orleans has YLC (Young Leadership Committee), a vibrant community of young professionals and budding entrepreneurs that benefit from shared resources and social networking events.
  5. Meet up groups – Meet up is an app that groups together people of similar interests, and sets up “meet ups” (duh) of these people at an event to talk about the specific topic. If you search for ‘entrepreneurial meet up groups’ in your area within the app, chances are you will find some like-minded people to share stories, tips, knowledge, or maybe even a potential business partner.
  6. Public/international organizations – These groups are everywhere and are full of young and established professionals that would be willing to help young entrepreneurs like us. Sometimes, these organizations require fees for membership, but if you do your due diligence and find the ones that are right for you, the networking opportunities would be endless. Some examples include: BNI, Toastmasters, NAWBO, AWBA, etc.
  7. Local Chamber’s of Commerce – Here is where I’ve done a lot of my networking and making connections. The Chamber of Commerce is full of business professionals looking for referrals for their businesses, but also with small business owners or entrepreneurs looking for networking/business building opportunities. Again, this organization is fee based. It also usually requires you to be an employee of a business or a business owner before joining. So if you are an entrepreneur in the idea phase, it might be a difficult join. However, if you are currently employed at another employer while building your entrepreneurial venture, you can always register with your current employer, but ask around for resources and advice on your own individual business building.
  8. Local universities – Fiinalllyyy we are beginning to see entrepreneurship built into course content, especially in business programs such as MBAs. Even if you didn’t go through a Master’s level program, or even if you didn’t attend the local university, many times there will be programs, resources, or whole departments dedicated to helping young professionals and entrepreneurs be connected with community resources that will help them.
  9. Social media groups – Lastly…even if you don’t like it…you MUST utilize social media when building your business or looking for helpful resources. FaceBook ALONE has THOUSANDS of groups dedicated to young professionals, entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial lifestyles, small businesses, etc. All you need to do is request to join, or follow a certain group you’ve researched, and INTERACT with¬†the members of the group. ENGAGE on the page, ask questions, make yourself known and BUILD your NETWORK.

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Ready to Take Your Side Hustle to the Next Level?

Side hustler? Get what you need to know to take your passion project to a full time job.

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So what exactly is a side hustle? Well, essentially this is a venture that your pursue on the side of your regular 9-5 job. It goes by many names…side venture, side hustle, passion project, but they all essentially mean the same thing. Whether or not it is your intention to transition from your full time job into following your side hustle full time, or just to use it as a creative outlet, I think side hustles are a vital part of the economy, as it allows people to pursue passions that may lay outside of their main source of income.

The truth is, more than 44 million Americans have a side hustle, a majority of these are women, and 1 in 2… that’s right 50%! of millennials are pursuing the side hustle. I’d have to argue that it is mostly because many young people find themselves wrought with student loans and are looking for extra income streams to supplement their lifestyle. What do you think?!

Are you one of the lucky entrepreneurial minded people with a side hustle? Is it your intention to transition into it being your main source of income and becoming a FULL TIME entrepreneur? I hope so! My firm belief, and my entire program, is based around the fact that EVERYONE deserves to build a life around the things they love, and their passions, so they can wake up every morning EXCITED to go to work, because the work we do is SO VITAL.

But what many¬†people don’t realize is there are actually¬†MANY hidden things that need to be done in order to pursue¬†starting a business, that many people may not realize if they didn’t go to¬†business school. On a high level, these things relate to taxes, becoming a legal entity, financial management, compliance, and regulation. Fun right?! WRONG! It can often be overwhelming to begin to think of these things, especially the first time you hear that they are things that NEED to be done.

The phenomenon of the ‘microentrepreneur’, who is working on transitioning a side hustles into full time business is a hugely growing concept. And my call to¬†you is, if this is the avenue¬†you’re wanting to take…DO YOUR RESEARCH!¬†Do you research, learn what you can, and if need be, learn when and how you need to reach out for help in a particular area. Start with your immediate network. Do you have friends or family who can help advise¬†you on this? Start there before you decide to lay down some capital on outsourcing these services. Luckily, there are many resources throughout the COUNTRY for emerging entrepreneurs.

Ready to leave the 9-5 world to pursue entrepreneurship and live for your passion? I have a FOUNDATION TO SUCCESS program that will prep you¬†for success in this transition, by focusing on yourself as the entrepreneurial individual by leveraging the phrase…GET READY TO¬†STAY READY.

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The Biggest Key to Getting What You Want, That You May Be Overlooking

The #1 key to getting what you want is always overlooked, but is most definitely the EASIEST.

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A lot of people I work with (most of them actually), decided to do so because they have something they want, or an idea they want to pursue, but have no idea how to get it. Whether they lack the knowledge or confidence to get started, by far the biggest excuse I hear…is FEAR! Fear of the unknown, uncertainty, losing everything, fear of lack of resources, etc. etc. Don’t get me wrong, these are legitimate fears. But if you always consider these hindering factors…you will NEVER take action to get where you want, because you are waiting for the perfect time. Well, there really is no better time than now.

Who has heard the phrase “It is not a matter of RESOURCES, but a matter of RESOURCEFULNESS”? To me, there is no truer phrase. Why?…Think about the successful people you know who came from NOTHING. Look at Oprah. Now one of the world’s richest women, she didn’t come from a life of luxury or wealth or ease, but quite literally a life of POVERTY. She didn’t have something you don’t have, and arguably, she had less. Too often do people suspend getting started on their dreams because they take so much time thinking and wondering and pondering how to find ‘resources’ to get them started, when they are undoubtedly overlooking the #1 rule to getting what you want…and most definitely the EASIEST.

Just…ask. That’s right. Ask for it. Ask EVERYONE and ANYONE you know to HELP you on your journey to get what you want. If they can’t help you, ask them to refer you to someone they think who can! If even they cannot help you…go out and meet new people! Network, build relationships, build a COMMUNITY of individuals who you now know that can cast a net for they themselves, or someone they know to HELP you along the way. Be it with ideas, finding mentors, monetary resources, guidance, legal advice, accountability…or just to surround yourself with people who have reached the level of success you want to achieve, the easiest thing to do, is to ask someone for help.

DO NOT let your pride get in the way here. Many times people are WILLING and even HAPPY to provide guidance or advice, because that means that you see them as a successful and TRUSTED source of information! What better compliment to one’s accomplishments as to be regarded as an expert?! And DO NOT be afraid to ask, either. Why? Because what is the WORST thing that could happen? The absolute worst thing that could happen is them simply saying “no”. One word. Why would that stop you? On the other hand, think of all the things that could go RIGHT?! Those FAR outweigh the consequence of a “no”. And if someone tells you no, guess what, there are billions of other people on the planet that odds are, will end up saying ‘yes’. And who knows, maybe that ‘yes’ will be exactly the ‘yes’ you needed!

The Future of the Workforce – What does this mean for you?

The working landscape is changing. What this means for you, and why it’s creating fear for so many!

As you might have been seeing lately….the workforce is changing. Dramatically. Be it due to technology, social values, demographics, legislation, or any other reason, employers are finding themselves needing to make adjustments, quickly. The truth is, the workforce is now finding themselves with the power, forcing employers to change the way they do business, and hire quality staff.

What does this mean for you? Well, A LOT. Here are some facts about the changing landscape and some implications as a result.

WHAT’S HAPPENING

  1. More than HALF of the current workforce are millennials.
  2. Skilled positions are being replaced by robotics and automation.
  3. One and done education and career learning models are DEAD.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN

  1. Workers are demanding more freedom, autonomy, and balance. Remote workforces are more popular and will continue to grow.
  2. Technological updates are making a shift from labor skills to cognitive skills focusing on digital management, computer engineering, management and untitledentrepreneurship.
  3. Employers need to include EXTENSIVE models of experienced based CONTINUOUS learning and development for employees.

Another huge shift…people are recognizing the NEED and the low barrier to entry for entrepreneurship. With the internet, social media, and ability to essentially start a business from the comfort of their own home, studies show that entrepreneurs will make up more than 40% of the entire workforce by the end of 2020.

Not everyone can be an entrepreneur. I have so much appreciation and respect for those who are dedicated to being monumentally successful in their current or future corporate positions. But for me, I know that the above is scary and somewhat overwhelming! I want to be an entrepreneur…but so does everyone else.

My call to you. WHATEVER you do, make sure it SERVES you and your greater vision. If you want to be an entrepreneur, and do it successfully, but don’t know how to get started or even want you to do…I can help you.

I hope you enjoyed the quick read! And remember, what is it costing you to NOT live the life you want?

Success is service – a huge THANK YOU!

INTERACT with me and tell me what YOU want to read! As an entrepreneur, my goal is not success, but service. And sometimes they are a direct relationship of each other! Thank you for 200 followers! Let’s change the world together.

How many of you have heard about the importance of “the power of small wins”? As an entrepreneur, this is probably one of the most important points that you can focus on. Why? Deciding to be an entrepreneur is often a life-long dedication to nothing but FOCUSED DETERMINATION and ENDLESS WORK. And sometimes this is a draining, and often discouraging endeavor. As an entrepreneur, you’ve got to focus on and value the small wins, or small successes that you achieve, for that will provide motivation and a re-energizing of your determination and drive. For me, being a health and wellness entrepreneur, I choose to share this information for the free benefit of everyone who comes in contact with it. And to me, causing even 1 person to learn something new, or make a beneficial change in their lives is a HUGE win.

This morning, I woke up to 200 followers to this blog. I hope this means that people are finding value in the information I’m putting out there. In an effort to increase this even further….I want YOU to write me and let me know what YOU want to hear or read about. LET’S HEAR IT! And on top of that….a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who chooses to contribute to my goal of changing the world by bringing out the BEST in everyone. Let’s keep adventuring to this optimal goal TOGETHER! ‚̧

The Greatest Adventure Fitness Bucket List…Ever

The MOST comprehensive list of MUST DO events, hikes, races, or general fitness accomplishments, from all over the WORLD.

Being active in the wellness aspect of my community and beginning to venture out into other markets has really opened my eyes to a world of amazing fitness opportunities across the globe. And I’m sure what I’ve found is just the tip of the iceberg. I’ve used my research to compile a HIGHLY comprehensive list, narrowed down to bucket list items across different categories, all centered around fitness and adventure. And I use the term “narrowed down” loosely, because there are still around 183 items on this list! Check them out, see if you agree, and follow my journey to complete the ENTIRE list whilst sharing tips, techniques, trainings, and joining me on the world’s GREATEST fitness adventure!

Recreational accomplishments:

  • Hike the Appalachian Trail
  • Surf Hunington Beach
  • Hike¬† ALL of the Colorado 14ers
    • Mt Elbert
    • Mt Massive
    • Mt Harvard
    • Blanca Peak
    • Laplata Peak
    • Uncompahgne
    • Crestone
    • Mt Lincoln
    • Grays Peak
    • Torreys Peak
    • Mt Antero
    • Castle
    • Quandry
    • Mt Evans – done 7/16/17
    • Longs
    • Mt Wilson
    • Mt Cameron
    • Mt Shavaro
    • Mt Belford
    • Crested Neddle
    • Mt Princeton
    • Mt Yale
    • Mt Bross
    • Kit Carson
    • El Diente
    • Maroon
    • Tabeguade
    • Mt Oxford
    • Mt Sneffels
    • Mt Democrat
    • Capitol
    • Pikes
    • Snowmass
    • Mt Eolus
    • Wisdom
    • ¬†Challenger
    • Mt Columbia
    • Missouri Mountain
    • Humbolt
    • Mt Bierstadt
    • Conundrum
    • Sunlight
    • Handles
    • Culebra
    • Ellignood Point
    • Mt Lindsey
    • North Eolus
    • Little Bear
    • Mt Sherman
    • Redcloud
    • Pyramid
    • Wilson
    • Wetterhorn
    • San Luis
    • North Maroon
    • Mt of Holy Cross
    • Huron
    • Sunshine
  • backpack Yosemite
  • Mountain bike Crested Butte
  • SEA Paddle NYC
  • Boulder at Hueco Tanks
  • Kayak Lake Powell
  • La Jolla Rough Water Swim
  • Brooklyn Zoo NY Parkour
  • WOD at Reebok Crossfit
  • Workout at muscle beach
  • Study at BKS Lyengar yoga¬†school
  • Hike Kilimanjaro
  • visit/hike ALL of the National parks
    • Denali
    • Gates of Arctic
    • Glacier Bay
    • Katmai
    • Kenai Fjords
    • Kobuk Valley
    • lake Clark
    • Wrangell
    • American Samoa
    • Grand Canyon
    • petrified forest
    • Saguaro
    • Hot springs
    • Channel islands
    • death Valley
    • Joshua tree
    • Kings canyon
    • Lassen volcanic
    • Redwood
    • Sequoia
    • Yosemite
    • Black canyon
    • Sand dunes
    • Mesa verde
    • Rocky mountain
    • Biscayne
    • Dry Tortugas
    • Everglades
    • Haleakala
    • Volcanoes HI
    • Mammoth Cave
    • Isle royale
    • Voyagers
    • Glacier NP
    • Great Basin
    • Carlsbad
    • White sand
    • Smokeys
    • Theodore roosevelt
    • Cuyanoga
    • Crater lake
    • Congaree
    • Badlands
    • Wind cave
    • Big bend
    • Guadalupe
    • Virgin islands
    • Arches
    • Bryce Canyon
    • Canyon lands
    • Capitol reef
    • Zion
    • Shenandoah
    • Mt Ranier
    • North Cascades
    • Olympic
    • Grand Teton
    • Yellowstone

Events:

  • Wanderlust – done 7/15/17
  • The Big Float
  • Yoga on the Rocks
  • Daybreaker
  • SoulCycle
  • November Project Boston
  • The Arnold Classic
  • Bay to Breakers
  • Bolder Boulder
  • Summer mountain games
  • Mountain Gear Red Rock Rendezvous
  • Crossfit games
  • Beach to Beach St John power swim
  • Montage deer valley pro series
  • Cyclocross

Day hikes and swims:

  • Swim Havasu falls
  • Hamilton Pool
  • Chutes & Ladders
  • Homestead Crater
  • Queens bath
  • Devils Den
  • Big Deep
  • Dorset Quarry
  • Chena Hot Springs
  • Opal Pool
  • Hot Springs NC
  • hike Valley of Fire
  • hike Ludlington state park
  • hike Hammondsport
  • hike Cache river St area
  • hike Weavervillw
  • hike Damascus
  • hike Katy trail st park
  • hike Ghiopyle st park
  • hike Dismo beach
  • hike Jekyll island
  • hike Estes park
  • hike Door country
  • hike Fort Bragg

General fitness goals:

  • Do a pull up
  • Complete a 10k
  • 3 min plank
  • Long bike tour, 7+ days
  • Bar/ring muscle up
  • Advanced yoga pose
  • Complete a marathon
  • Ascend the 7 summits (or just 1…)
  • 1 arm push up
  • Trapeze
  • Complete a Triathlon
  • run a sub 6 mile
  • Complete weight specific strength training standards
  • martial arts immersive training
  • cycle a century
  • run in multi-day challenge
  • complete a team adventure race
  • ski a double back diamond
  • cross country ski
  • 30 day yoga challenge
  • complete an ironman
  • do¬†a backflip
  • do a perfect roundhouse kick
  • master the splits
  • compete in a bodybuilding competition
  • obtain a belt in karate
  • compete in an archery tournament
  • complete a 1/2 marathon
  • run in an ultra
  • go dog sledding
  • kayak rough water
  • participate in a health retreat
  • compete in an MMA/boxing match
  • compete in a rowing race
  • paddle boarding

Races/obstacles:

  • Boston Marathon
  • Run Disney Marathon
  • Mt Washington Road race
  • Escape from Alcatraz
  • Beer Relay
  • The Dirty Dozen
  • Ragbras
  • Nautica Malibu
  • Master the handstand
  • Learn rock climbing
  • Hood to coast relay
  • Merrell Oyster adventure race
  • Spartan race
  • Spartan beast
  • Gemini adventures
  • Empire state building run
  • Pikes Peak summit race
  • Cycle gran fondo – Echelon
  • Xterra
  • tough mudder
  • Death Valley race
  • Reykjavik marathon
  • Patagonia marathon
  • Florence marathon
  • NW Passage marathon
  • Safaricom marathon
  • Messa Falls marathon
  • Emerald nuts midnight run
  • Great Wall marathon
  • Yoma Yangon marathon
  • Tokyo marathon
  • Australian outback marathon
  • Honolulu marathon

Professional competitions:

  • Attend:
    • World Cup
    • UFC fight
    • Superbowl
    • Crushed Ice
    • Olympic games
    • Ididderod
    • Masters
    • Wimbledon
    • NBA Championships
    • Stanley Cop
    • Indy 500
    • World Series

United States based travel:

Compete in a race in every state/visit the state capital/visit the state’s most rural town!

  • AL- Rocket City/Montgomery/Oak Hill town
  • AK- Mayor midnight/Juneau/Bettles city
  • AZ- Phoenix marathon/Phoenix/Winkleman town
  • AR- little rock marathon/Little Rock/magnet cove town
  • CA- bay to breakers/Sacremento/Vernon
  • CO- golden leaf marathon/Denver/lakeside
  • CT- Manchester road race/Hartford/Mashantucket
  • DE- old to new castle/Dover/Slaughter beach
  • FL- Ft. Lauderdale marathon/Tallahassee/Noma
  • GA- peachtree road race/Atlanta/Edge Hill
  • HI- maui paradise marathon/Honolulu/Manele
  • ID- Idaho potato marathon/Boise/Dixie
  • IL- BOA Chicago marathon/Springfield/Valley City
  • IN- One America 500 mini/Indianapolis/Westphalia
  • IA- Living history farms/Des Moines/Garden Grove
  • KS- Honey badger ultra/Topeka/Freeport
  • KY- Bourbon chase relay/Frankfort/South Park view
  • LA- Crescent city classic/Baton Rouge/Mound village
  • ME- Sugarloaf 15k/Augusta/Eastport
  • MD- JFK 50 miler/Anapolis/Pt Tobacco Village
  • MA- Boston marathon/Boston/Gosnold
  • MI- Woodstock/Detroit/Turner Village
  • MN- Ham Run 1/2/Minneapolis/Kinbrae
  • MS-MS Blues marathon/Jackson/Satortia village
  • MO- Cow bell marathon/Jefferson City/Cavetown
  • MT- Missoula marathon/Helena/Dixon
  • NE- Good life halfsy/Lincoln/Monowi
  • NV- LV Rock n roll marathon/Carson City/Puckerbrush
  • NH- Mt Wash road race/Concord/Harts location
  • NJ- NJ 1/2/Trenton/Brainards
  • NM- Bantaan memorial/Santa Fe/Madrid
  • NY- NYC marathon/Albany/Red House
  • NC- Krispy cr√®me challenge/Raleigh/Crossnore
  • ND- Fargo marathon/Bismark/Ruso
  • OH- Flying pig marathon/Columbus/Rendville
  • OK- Route 66 marathon/OKC/Arcadia
  • OR- Portland trail series/Salem/Greenhorn
  • PA- Philadelphia marathon/Harrisburg/Baileyville
  • RI- Cox providence marathon/Providence/Central falls
  • SC- Cooper river bridge run/Columbia/Smyrna
  • SD- Crazy horse marathon/Pierre/Bruce
  • TN- Music city st jude rock n roll/Nashville/Silerton
  • TX- Houston marathon/Austin/Guerra
  • UT- St George marathon/SLC/Ophier
  • VT- Covered bridge 1/2/Montpelier/Victory
  • VA- Ukrop monument ave 10k/Richmond/Scotland
  • WA- Lilac bloomsday/Olympia/Marblemount
  • WV- Freedoms run/Charleston/Aurora
  • WI- Green bay marathon/Madison/Egg Harbor
  • WY- Run w/horses marathon/Cheyenne/Buford (America’s smallest)