In this episode, I run with Nir Eyal on the Embarcadero in San Francisco. Nir is one of the most sought after minds in Silicon Valley for his work at the intersection of technology and psychology, principally with regards to his work on habit formation. Nir literally wrote the book on habit formation.  His book, Hooked, is the primer that…

In this episode, I walk with Dan Pallotta in Toppsfield, Massachussetts. Dan is an entrepreneur, author and thought leader who will change the way you think about charity. Dan founded the AIDS Rides and the first three-day cancer walks, raising over $500M for charity. His experiences led him to write three great books, including Uncharitable, How…

Last weekend, I was in Evanston, Illinois, home of my alma mater, the Northwestern Wildcats.  So I put out the beacon to all the Chicago area Charity Milers to see if anyone would like to go for a run. Well, it was a beautiful day on Lake Michigan. And we had a great group of…

In this episode, I walk with Scott Jurek in Boulder, Colorado.  Scott is an ultra-running legend whose accomplishments include: Winning the Western States 100 Mile Ultramarathon a record 7 times– in a row! Winning Badwater (a 135 mile sufferfest through Death Valley) twice– and setting a course record there! Setting a U.S. Record for the most…

In this episode, I march with Noah Barnes, and his father Robert.  Noah is 11 years old.  He has Type 1 Diabetes.  And he is marching diagonally across the United States from the southern tip of Key West, Florida to the most northwest tip of Washington State.  No joke! This episode is in two parts: the…

In this episode, I walk with Jesse Itzler in Putnam County, Connecticut.  Jesse is an entrepreneur, author, endurance athlete and “Fitlanthropist”.  He also spent a month living with a Navy Seal (the legendary David Goggins) and lived to write a book about it.  Jesse shares some priceless insights, and challenges us to do “hard stuff” to test…

This episode is a long run, 8 miles with U.S. Congresswoman, Kyrsten Sinema.  I recorded this interview back in January, just two days after Donald Trump’s inauguration.  I actually never intended to release it.  Kyrsten is a good friend and was visiting New York.  And I just wanted to test out my new podcast recorder and…