Tag: Inspiration

The Four Graces

by Liz Jansen What do a horse, a carpenter and adventure rider from Colorado, my landlady, and a can of coconut milk have in common? Have you ever felt that you’re missing something obvious that’s right in front of you?

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Christa Neuhauser—RoadRUNNER Touring and Travel

Listen, chat with, learn, and get inspired by Christa at the Power of the Road online conference, April 7 to 11, 2014. Christa will share her wisdom on the importance of focus, especially while navigating change.  Christa Neuhauser is the publisher and

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Genevieve Schmitt—Wisdom from Motorcycles

As well as being highly regarded and a thought leader on women and motorcycling, Genevieve has generously been a key advisor in the creation of Power of the Road. Listen, chat with, learn, and get inspired by Genevieve at the Power of

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Podcast – Tammy Perry – Raising the Ceiling

by Liz Jansen Tammy Perry is an eLearning Specialist working with the Memorial University (MUN) Medical School, Professional Development Department. She works with a team to build eLearning programs for practicing health professionals all over the country and around the

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9 Reasons To Attend Carson Valley/Lake Tahoe Moto Adventure Rendezvous and Ride

Last year while in Carson City, NV attending the AMA International Women and Motorcycling Conference, I became aware of another area event, which also piqued my curiosity. The power of Twitter had already introduced me to one of the organizers

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Catching up with Lady Road Dog and the Freedom Ride

Joan Krenning aka Lady Road Dog is the CEO of Design Wraps Brands. 15,000 miles ago, on February 1st, 2013, she and her Street Glide set out on a 36 month ride through the United States on a journey of

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Space Oddity

Colonel Chris Hadfield has to be one of the coolest people ever. A great leader. I admire what he’s done for mankind and am in awe of what can be accomplished when we set our minds to it. There are

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7 Habits that Nourish Your Soul

It’s easy to see the effects of malnourishment on machines like motorcycles. Short-change them on what they need to thrive and you’re risking performance and safety.   While it’s less obvious to see the effects when you disregard or scrimp

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11 Things I’ve Learned (Maya Angelou)

Yesterday Maya Angelou, American autobiographer and poet, turned 85. She has had a long and extensive career as an autobiographer, poet and change agent. Born into extreme poverty, the list of her accomplishments is endless.  And she’s still going strong!  

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Dare to Dream Over the Rainbow

Somewhere over the rainbow, dreams do come true – no matter what your circumstance.   This poignant story is proof positive that we can live our dreams at any age.   Beyond that, it’s testament to the power of courage,

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