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Turning  Tragedy into Triumph June 2018

Turning Tragedy into Triumph

After losing his father to alcoholism, Rob Dial dedicated himself to a life of altruism. Now a renowned performance coach, motivational speaker, podcaster, and viral video phenom, the Austin-based jack-of-all-trades is hoping to touch a billion lives in 2018.

Making Waves May 2018

Making Waves

Created to curb the city’s mounting lifeguard shortages, SwimATX is helping East Austin teenagers realize their potential in the water and their communities.

Former MotoGP Champ Now at COTA April 2018

Former MotoGP Champ Now at COTA

We sit down with Kevin Schwantz to find out what it was like to compete in motogp for over a decade and what he’s up to in Austin now.

Brooke Torres April 2018

Brooke Torres

This Runner isn't letting anything slow her down—including a cancer diagnosis

A Sustainable Loop March 2018

A Sustainable Loop

Running serves a purpose. In the new year, many set goals to lose weight or complete a marathon. During the year, running can be used to destress or catch up with friends on Lady Bird Lake Trail. There are dozens of reasons to run, but they all come down to the joy that running produces in every aspect of our life. When done right, it is everlasting. And for marriages, business, and running—sustainability is what you want.

Leadership Through Love March 2018

Leadership Through Love

Claire Siegel is the Lead Dietician of Snap Kitchen, the healthy meal delivery service, and Haley Robison is the CEO of Kammok, Austin’s beloved outdoor gear company. Even with their demanding professional careers, these two Austin women also make time for relationships, self-care, travel, and fitness. How do they manage to do it all? We sat down with them to find out.

Fuel Your Life with Love February 2018

Fuel Your Life with Love

These two entrepreneurial couples use their love for each other and for their passions to thrive in their relationships and businesses.

The Tutor House February 2018

The Tutor House

We are all allotted 24 hours each day. No one gets more. No one gets less. And yet some people seem to take each hour and squeeze the most they can out of it. Brett Tutor is that guy.

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