Posts in Journey
A Time For Reflection

Every year around this time, I spend some time reflecting on the year gone by.

What really happened in the past 12 months? What went really well, and what could have been better? What did I accomplish, and what did I learn? At first glance, it may seem simple, but I spend hours and hours going through it all to really develop the picture.

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What Advice Would You Give Your 33 Year Old Self?

I recently came back from a backcountry hike in British Columbia, and a curious thing happens when you get away from mobile phone coverage...

We tend to go deeper.

Deeper thoughts.  Deeper questions.  Deeper conversation.

There were five of us on the 4-day trip, and everyone else was a generation older than I was.  After dinner one evening, I posed a question:

If you could, what advice would you give your 33 year old self?

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Hiking in a Dress to the Top of the World (BC)

For the third year in a row I picked a challenge, grabbed a school girl dress, and brought along a few others to join me in some Do It in a Dress fun.  For this year, five of us headed to Top of the World Park in beautiful British Columbia, all of whom are seasoned backcountry hikers.  This made my job pretty easy to be honest.  Even the dog "Rosco" carried his own backpack.

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The World Domination Summit and the Un-Photowalk

Earlier this month I attended my third World Domination Summit in sunny Portland, Oregon.  Yeah, I said sunny.  I've spent about a month there over the past three years, and I think it's only rained once or twice.

But really, you're probably thinking... what's this World Domination Summit thing?

Well I have a couple of ways to answer that for you:

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The Hikers Without Pants Are Back

It's been a BIG week.

Just this past weekend, I was on stage telling the story of the first "Hikers Without Pants" event to 3000 people at the World Domination Summit in Portland.  It was incredible, and the feedback from the crowd and everyone who approached me over the weekend was through the roof.   It was a serious honor to share a tiny piece of myself with so many incredible people.

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