About this episode
Andrew Simmons is a runner and run coach who finds joy on the run himself alongside his own athletes.
In this episode we talk about:
- Endeavorun and the running community
- from wrestling to triathlon and running
- imposter syndrome at all levels of success
- being honest with yourself and asking for help
- leaving corporate America to go all in on coaching
- untraditional career moves
- problem solving in life and running
- youth coaching with belief and freedom
- learning from failures and other athletes
- balancing community with individual interests
- personalized coaching and building relationships
- Andrew’s podcast: Defining Endurance
- sharing stories to connect with others
- leading by example and having an impact
- taking pride in your journey
- many shades of success
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