A. Living my blessed life as authentically as possible.
A. Focus on progress, not perfection.
A. Getting to train with my favorite strength coach five days a week. Sleeping 9-10 hours a night. Keeping my life in complete perspective. Remembering to be grateful every day. And having a family that was 100% healthy!
A. Losing my son Benjamin.
A. Paris! I love the architecture, the art, the food, and the sexy attitude of Parisian women.
A. I wouldn't say I identify with her per se, but I find Ruth Bader Ginsburg to be incredibly impressive.
A. I admire anyone famous who lives an authentic life, does good for others, and does not overexpose themselves.
A. "Put that in your pipe and smoke it!" "Whaddya think this is, amateur hour? You're playing with the pros now, baby!"
A. Not taking more time off after college to travel the world.
A. In my next life I'd love to be a professional singer/songwriter.
A. Authoring four books and having a son in the middle of it all on very little sleep. That, and running the New York City Marathon. I'm fortunate in that I've achieved every single goal I've ever set for myself. A little tenacity goes a long way!
A. Definitely perfectionism. It's both a blessing and a curse.
A. Loyalty and commitment. I don't trust many people, but when I do, my heart is yours.
A. A lead singer in an 80's rock band.
A. Dagny Taggart.
A. When people are late. To me, this sends a message that my time is not important to you.
A. Being a holistic nutritionist. I am humbled by the trust my patients place in my care; it's a huge responsibility that keeps me challenged and stimulated.
A. Honesty, punctuality, and a sense of humor.
A. Foie gras on toast points with a nice Sauterne...