CU Recovery Vice President of Business Development Bryan Moffitt is a marathon runner. But he will tell you that he is a husband and father first -- then comes running ... oh, and his career, too.
Like many talented, long-distance runners, Bryan has been logging the miles since his high schools days -- which has stayed with him into his adult years. Rising in the really, really early morning hours, his runs set the tone for his days. He admits to getting a bit grumpy if he doesn't put in a few miles. The practice of daily, long-distance running is a bit of cleanse if you will, propelling him to be a better husband, father, and professional.
Bryan joined us to share his daily routine, how his running clears his head to handle just about anything, how it affects his job, how it has helped him succeed, and much, much more. Bryan is also nearly completed one of his many goals of running a marathon in each state, as well as international events.
The running bug has even spread to other members of his family -- particularly his daughter, Addyson, who has excelled at raising money for World Vision with her many runs.
Check it out and let us know your thoughts.
Allegiance Credit Union President/CEO Amy Downs joined us on the show to share her terrifying, yet inspiring, story of being trapped in the rubble of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building -- where her credit union was located. Amy recollects her first-hand account surviving the domestic terrorist act and the lessons she learned in the aftermath.
These lessons paved the way for her physical and mental transformation that literally saved her life and put her on the path to success at the very credit union she worked at during the bombing. She is now president/CEO of that credit union.
Not only has Amy experienced career success, but has also competed in Ironman races -- something prior to the bombing she would never have considered. Now, she has a super cool stationary bike in her office (just out of the frame in this interview).
Inspiring talk here with Amy, so don't miss this one. And let us know your thoughts.
In addition, Amy has just published her new book: "Hope is a Verb: My Journey of Impossible Transformation." Check it out. An book that will transform your life, indeed.
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