Running Is Humbling

Running Is Humbling

I’m excited to begin my training for Run with Dream Big, but I’m so out of shape. This is not how I saw myself about 15 years ago. When I ran with a friend that was a trainer—she was and is in great shape—I annihilated her and she wasn’t very happy with me. We ran about 8 miles and it was easy for me. Now, that 8 miles will kill me.

Running is humbling. The pavement is very unforgiving. My lungs will catch fire during several short bursts or climbing uphill. Or my legs will feel as if they don’t like me anymore and don’t want to work. Nevertheless, running goes more smoothly when you’re in shape.

Over the course of a year, my plans to train for Run with Dream Big will allow me to run the Portland Marathon in 2016. This run is to keep me humble and celebrate the small victories with others. Come join me in Run with Dream Big to reach the finish line.

I write this because my business is personal because this service is for the advancement of all humanity. My failures and successes are for your gain. No strings attached.

Nathan A. Webster, MBA

I was born, raised and currently residing in Vancouver, WA. Grateful to have an entrepreneurial life that allows me to use my God-given talents to help others pursue their passion. I'm blessed to be educated (MBA-Operations) veteran (US Marine Corps) who enjoys the community with all my family members (blood and adopted).

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