Five Leadership Lessons I Learned Walking the Camino de Santiago

My wife and I walked the Camino de Santiago five years ago. In late August of 2016, we walked 500 miles in 30 days across Spain. While walking, I had hours daily to think about a myriad of subjects. I … Continue reading

Ever Been in the Right Place at the Right Time?

My wife and I walked the Camino de Santiago a few months ago. It is a 500-mile pilgrimage across northern Spain. Several days into this trek we came across a young lady crying and unable to move. She was agonizing … Continue reading

Treatment of Repetitive Injuries Should Treat the Cause, Not Just the Symptoms

In my 40s, I was routinely running (jogging is probably a correct word) six to eight miles several times a week – sometimes every day. I developed a myriad of running injuries: ● Chondromalacia patella (runner’s knee) ● Achilles tendinitis … Continue reading