David Hollingsworth is a full-time dad, technology executive, speaker and part-time athlete, constantly trying to challenge himself to grow and improve. He is a spinal injury survivor, having recovered from a severe accident in 2004. He had to learn to stand and walk all over again. Since then, David has moved from a wheelchair to walking, running, cycling and swimming. He ran a half-marathon, completed a triathlon and one of the toughest bike rides in the country. David also writes and speaks about overcoming obstacles and getting past fear to the fun on the other side.

Because it's there….

As I’ve been talking about recently, I’m doing the  Empire State Building Run-Up in February, 2014. I’ve been training on my office building stairs…and trying to get the story out to as many people as possible. It’s going to be tough….It’s ONLY 1,050 feet. Straight up. 1576 steps, and 86 flights of stairs. Only 700 runners…

(Anti-)Social Media

This week, I took a course centering around Social Media and the risks SM poses to an organization’s security posture. It’s been very interesting to see how SM has changed the way we communicate, from building new connections, sharing content and reporting the news. Events around the world have utilized Social Media, and even been…