Author Archives: Jack Rosenfeld

My Why Part 2 — Vulnerabilities

Our vulnerabilities are what make us unique and interesting. And in our day to day lives, we tend to feel embarrassed by these vulnerabilities. We are taught to never appear weak and thus hide things that embarrass us. But expressing … Continue reading

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My Why (Part 1)

I battled some demons at Mt. Baldy yesterday.  I have been battling all kind of demons since July 2012.  Today’s demons were fears and self-doubt in my own abilities.  The plan for today did not include summiting Mt. Baldy (San Antonio); … Continue reading

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Hello Muddah Hello Faddah (A letter home from camp)

Dear Mom and Dad, It has been nearly 20 years since I last went away to summer camp, but I am glad that I found one for adults.  Some things are different and some things are the same from 1993 … Continue reading

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Who am I?

That deep question in life, “Who am I?” is sometimes phrased as “tell me about yourself.”  In business school, we learn it as your elevator pitch.  What can you say about yourself, that you think is meaningful, in 30 seconds … Continue reading

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2 Promises: Beer and Dirt

What do you get when you mix a cattle ranch, ultrarunners, (Race Director) Luis Escobar and the spirit of the Raramuri? A one-of-a-kind weekend-long outdoor party. There was the Rarajipari (the Tarahumara ball race), shotgun blasts, a tattoo artist with … Continue reading

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Instead I Choose

My good friend Kate Martini Freeman started a website about a month ago called “Instead I Choose.”  The concept of the site is to have the users post experiences of any kind where they made a choice between a negative … Continue reading

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Honey Badgers and 80’s Aerobics Party

These are the Honey Badgers. Watch them run in slow motion…well, maybe not so slow.  Honey Badgers run relays with only 6 people instead of the typical 12.  It can be 96 inland or 56 and foggy in the middle … Continue reading

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