Work Hard, Play Harder:04 The impossible is possible.

Work Hard, Play Harder:

Stevie Kremer shares why she wants you to know the importance of working AND playing.

Stevie is a world class mountain runner who lives in the beautiful Colorado mountain town of Crested Butte.  She must run 120 miles a week relentlessly to be as good as she is, right?  Well you may be surprised to hear how the love of running is almost more important than formally training for the sport.  Tennis, yoga, running by time and not miles.  Just listen to hear what a week in her life is like!It’s a fun and interesting look at the relationships and life of an elite runner who chooses a work/life balance!

 

SHOW NOTES:

  • What got her thinking about what is and isn’t possible?

 

  • The crazy weekend schedule she shares in detail, with a win mixed in.

 

  • How this has to do with YOU!

The Impossible is Possible


 

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