Impossible Freedom

I was talking with a friend the other day about addiction. It’s an interesting topic because I think that I have a fairly addictive personality. Thankfully, I spend most of that energy on slightly less dangerous activities than hard drugs – such as skydiving, running long distances and other worldwide adventures However, the idea of an […]

The 777 Project – Race #1 – The Patagonia International Marathon (63km)

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I’m safely back in San Diego. After tackling trains, flights, layovers, bus rides, truck rides, shuttles, and loads more forms of transport, I’ve finally had the time to put together a massive 777 update for you. It’s a doozy, but here’s the good and the bad news: The good news: Race 1/7 is in the bag and I’m […]

Impossible Ventures is Hiring An Editor

Impossible Ventures Is Hiring An Editor Good news – the Impossible Ventures team is growing! Impossible Ventures is currently looking for a content editor & scheduler to join the team. Editing Content Creating Content Schedules Managing Additional Projects As Necessary We like to grow from the inside out – so the best candidates are already […]

Impossible FM #016: 3 Essential Heuristics for Business And Life with Taylor Pearson

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Taylor Pearson is one of the best people I know at taking complex ideas & synthesizing them into easy-to-digest realities. We call these heuristics – but they’re well worth your time & I loved jumping on this call with Taylor. Check it out. Links to Listen To This Episode Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher […]

Build Your Impossible Gear Arsenal – Pre-Order Your Impossible Cross-Training Shorts Today

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After a long-awaited wait, we’re finally adding more gear to the impossible gear store. And this next set of gear – I’m incredibly excited about. Introducing Impossible Gear Cross-Training Shorts You’ve asked and we’re delivering. We’re expanding the Impossible Gear line. Up next: The Official Impossible Training Shorts! For these, we’re partnering with one of […]

Are You out on Your Limit?

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#boom Race 1/7 for the 777 Project is done. The Patagonia International Marathon was an absolutely astounding 63km/39.4 mile race. And we’ve raised almost $10,000 so far. Amazing! Thanks to everyone who has joined the cause and supported 777 in one way or another. If you still want to get involved, there’s good news. You can! […]

Punta Arenas (Race 1/7) or Bust

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This blog post is coming to you from Lima, Peru! I’m currently on a 8 hour layover in Peru on my way from San Diego to Punta Arenas Chile for race 1/7 – the Patagonia International Marathon. The race is 63km (40 miles) through the picturesque landscape of Patagonia. See below for an idea of the scenery that I’m […]

5 Recovery Tools I’m Using To Supercharge My Fitness (#3 Has Been A Game Changer)

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5 Tools I’m Using To Hack My Recovery As I’ve launched into the 777 Project, one of the things that my coach (Ian Sharman) has drilled into me is that recovery is HUGELY important. Over the past six months or so, I’ve worked to not only up my mileage but also to change my recovery […]

The 777 Ask

The 777 Ask

The 777 Ask If you’re reading this page, you probably read about The 777 Project and asked the question, “How can I help?” Well, my first question is, “Are you sure you want to know?” Because making an impact requires taking action. You ready? Keep reading. There are three specific actions that you can take to help. […]

Why You Should Always Talk to Strangers

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Why You Should Always Talk to Strangers I recently got back from a month-long trip. On the leg between Denver and San Diego, I made a point of talking to the people I came across. Every once in a while, I’ll notice something and get the urge to talk or ask about. Most of the time I […]