It was a cold spring morning, a Monday, signaling my first week off work (as a veterans-law paralegal in Boulder) in seven months. The previous day I’d completed the eccentric 70-mile Eroica California, with around 6,000 feet of elevation gain meandering Central California wine country on a 12-speed Torelli from the early ’80s.
Mark Williams on harnessing the power of the brainBy Tom Winter
About clarity of mind. Nothing really out of the ordinary, particularly when you consider that he’s a graduate of Naropa University and currently a partner in a company called Dynamic Human Solutions, which offers coaching and seminars “that improve the capacity of the individual and their contribution to the team.
Up America’s spine with ‘Unbranded’By Michael J. Casey
In 2013, Ben Masters led fellow Texas A&M graduates — Thomas Glover, Jonny Fitzsimons and Thamer — along with 16 wild mustangs and a documentary crew on a five month ride from the American-Mexican border in Arizona, through Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana and finally to the American-Canadian border.