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Jordan McKelley
Run The Globe
Rewrite Your Story
Through the art of storytelling Jordan McKelley brings you hope for the future and power in the present. Through his thought provoking conversations with his guests, each episode will usher you into an accomplished runner or coaches journey. From there you will learn about their successes, mistakes, failures and lessons learned as they are revealed to each of us. If you aspire to change your story and are in need of a shift in mindset, strategy and a dose of inspiration then this is the podcast for you. Run The Globe believes that everyone has a story to tell. Please join us as we help...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 64 ratings
One of a kind
Jordan has been a lifelong friend and this podcast just displays the mentality Jordan and other runners bring to everyday life. It really gets me inspired listening to Jordan and what he brings to the table for conversation. His personal Journey and attitude towards life really impacts me and my...Read full review »
MKirksey10 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/20
Great podcast to listen to
I enjoy listening to these podcast they are not only filled with knowledge about the Athletic adventures but also life !
Bab0175 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/11/20
Excellent Podcast
Jordan has great enthusiasm and energy! I really enjoy listening to this podcast and always learn a lot
Jeremmuthaeffinhill via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/07/20
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Show is sponsored by | Audible Click here for your FREE 30-day free trial www.audibletrial.com/runtheglobe2020   Michael Wardian’s journey into the running world is somewhat unique for a man who is a multiple time “Ultra Runner of the Year” recipient. Michael was a Division 1 lacrosse player...
Published 09/29/20
It is very difficult to figure out who is going to be great in the sport of running. Sometimes it can be obvious and easy to pick out the kids who could possibly go pro in football and basketball at an early age. Which could often be as early as their early high school years. However, that isn’t...
Published 09/15/20
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