How to do a DECA IRON
Wayne Kurtz is a couple of weeks out from competing in his umpteenth Deca Iron event–a race composed of the distance of 10 Ironman triathlons. In his new book, It’s All About the Deca, Wayne writes about the how-to of a seemingly possible event. This week we interview Wayne about his new book and why racing a Deca is a life-changing experience.
The DECA Ironman more than any of the 300+ endurance races I have competed has a “mystical draw” again and again. Finishing 4 DECA’s along with the Triple DECA (9,842 miles overall) has offered so many memories but more importantly, absolute cross-over benefits to my family, my business and helping others.
The DECA characteristics include: DECA mindfulness, peace, persistency, courage, improvisation, curiosity, patience, stamina and a bond very different than other events around the world (especially with the quirkiness with the multi loop course formats)
Write Your Book
There is a big difference of writing a book, selling it and making a profit vs. just selling and earning top-line income. I have learned through writing my three books a myriad of lessons – good and bad.
On average, 42 books come to the market every day and most authors sell less than 25 books. Most authors are not aware of the real profit and what it takes to cover expenses.
Writing a book can be a life changing experience and if interested listen to the audio message – The Book Writing Course with No B.S