The weather for the Boston Marathon was harrowing this morning. It was very cold (38 degrees for most of the race), runners were bombarded by high-speed winds, and it wasn’t just raining, it was pouring.
Over the past few years, podcasts have become as much a part of our entertainment habits as watching TV, reading books, or listening to music. Every day, more talented people with stories to tell are into
Whether it's our mom, cousin, sister, friend, coworker, boss, or neighbor, nearly all of us have a runner in our lives. Celebrate them this season with a a gift that honors their favorite pastime: logging
Even if you've nixed your membership at the gym, there's no excuse to skip your workout. Forget the days of hauling around free weights, and focus on using your greatest tool — your body's strength! —
This is the kind of challenge I encounter when I consult with companies on how to better handle workplace relationships. Research that I and others have conducted on decision-making offers some clues when
I'll be honest. I hate doing things twice. But practicing--that is, repeating--and learning are inextricably connected. And the ability to learn is a key component of competitiveness. As famed NBA basketball
You don't need to change your life to be happier, but you might need to change your thinking. I was in downward dog the other day, in the most Zen place a person can find in New York City, a yoga studio.
Image: Yaisin Bulut via Getty Images Let’s talk about puppy love. Not youthful romance, but the love between a person and his or her pooch. As every dog lover knows, canine companions make for some of