Jun 17, 2020
Meb Keflezighi is an Olympic Silver Medalist and the winner of the Boston and NYC Marathons. He's a legend in the sport, and probably one of the most loved athletes in recent years.
I asked for Meb's insight on how he handles unforeseen challenges, and for his perspective on the Black Lives Matter movement.
Jun 16, 2020
Bob Bordone is a senior fellow at Harvard Law School, a former
Harvard Law School Professor, and Founder and former Director of
the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program.
When I was in Law School (16 years ago!), Bob was my advisor. With all that is going on in the world today, I thought it would be great...
Jun 13, 2020
Jason Russell is the Co-Founder of Black Men Run, and a stroke survivor. He's a voice we need to hear from. And he has a simple, but powerful message: Listen.
Thank you, Jason.
Jun 5, 2020
Dan Pallotta is one of my heroes.
His book, Uncharitable, dared to challenge the conventions that constrained the way we thought about charity.
His 2013 iconic TED talk has been viewed nearly 5 million times.
My first interview with him a couple of years ago is one of my favorite interviews ever.
And now he's further...
Jun 4, 2020
Dave McGillivary is the race director of the Boston Marathon.
As many of you know, the Boston Marathon was one of the first major events that was "postponed" because of the coronavirus.
When they originally postponed it, they were hoping that they'd be able to run it in September.
However, as it became apparent that...