Tired of Your Jogging Routine? Meet Your Next Challenge: Mountain Running

Last fall, I joined a group of runners on a demanding but rewarding hut-to-hut run through New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Over four days, we ran more than 30 miles and accumulated nearly 10,000 feet of elevation gain on technical trails full of boulders and undulating ridgelines teasing us with false summits. Our goal each day … Read more

Fatherhood Changed How Alex Honnold Climbs, but Not How You’d Expect

Alex Honnold trusts his hands with his life. The world’s most famous free solo climber, whose 2017 ascent up El Capitan in Yosemite National Park became the subject of the Oscar-winning documentary Free Solo, has made a career out of taking on incredible, death-defying climbs. Last week, Honnold talked with Men’s Journal as he prepared … Read more

Corporate CEOs Have Transformed From Company Stewards Into Untouchable Demigods. And for What?

Elite corporate CEOs now command staggering sums, deity status and an air of indispensability, but they’d be lost with their companies. It was a mid-May Tuesday at this year’s JPMorgan Chase annual shareholder meeting when the king of Wall Street, Jamie Dimon, heard something that all external impression suggests he has not heard in a … Read more

Remembrance: A Moment to Reflect on the Unity Following September 11, 2001

Everyone remembers where they were on the unseasonably warm Tuesday morning of September 11, 2001, which turned into one of our nation’s darkest days. Our country, and the world, watched in disbelief as the deadliest terrorist attack in U.S. history unfolded on live television. People were disoriented and in shock, and one thing became painfully … Read more