How Dean Karnazes, one of Time Magazine’s top 100 influential people, uses mindfulness to overcome challenges & succeed in running, life, parenting & business!
Discover the secret to Dean Karnazes, the Ultramarathon Man’s incredible success in record setting feats, in business, and with his family.
Do you want to take on the world? Do you want to start a new business or career, get fit beyond your wildest dreams, or simply succeed at something you’ve struggled with for years? Then this interview with Ultramarathon Man, Dean Karnazes is for you.
This inspiring and motivational interview will have you redefining what’s possible in your life, and give you the kick-start and tools you need to chase your dreams, no matter what!
Dean also discusses: ultra-endurance running, marathons, getting in exercise, 48 hours on a treadmill before Regis and Kathy-Lee, and when you do NOT want to shake hands with the president.
As an added bonus, he has some amazing parenting words of wisdom!
- why Dean Karnazes says failing’s so great!
- how to welcome fear, thrive on it, and use obstacles for your greatest successes
- why Dean says parenting is the most difficult race and the easiest to mess up
- why mastering your mind is so critical, and how it can make all the difference in everything you do
- the danger of not being present, and why being in the here and now is essential for your entire life
- why Dean says comfort equals misery and discomfort makes life great
- advice for beginner runners you can’t afford to miss
- how not to fall apart in your first races
- why you should never, ever run 48 hours straight on a treadmill, but what you can learn from the madman who did!
- the importance of pacing, how to stay injury free
- why racing and running are different than you think
- what the real meaning of competition is
- how to truly enjoy your runs
- confessions of a former junk food king
An internationally recognized endurance athlete and New York Times bestselling author, Dean Karnazes has pushed his body and mind to inconceivable limits. TIME magazine named him as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential People in the World,” Men’s Fitness hailed him as the fittest man on the planet and he was the winner of the 2008 ESPY Award for “Best Outdoor Athlete.”
Among his many accomplishments, he has run 350 continuous miles, foregoing sleep for three nights. He’s run across Death Valley in 120-degree temperatures, and run a marathon to the South Pole in negative 40 degrees. On ten different occasions, he’s run a 200-mile relay race solo, racing alongside teams of twelve. His long list of competitive achievements include winning the world’s toughest footrace, the Badwater Ultramarathon, running 135 miles nonstop across Death Valley during the middle of summer. His most recent endeavor was running 50 marathons, in all 50 US states, in 50 consecutive days, finishing with the NYC Marathon, which he ran in three hours flat.