Author Archives: DoMore

How to Schedule Your Social Media Posts *TEMPLATE*

How to Schedule Your Social Media Posts *TEMPLATE*

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As a race director, do you often keep a running list of all of the cool things you would like to share on social media about your race…in your head? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. With everything that you have to keep up with on a daily basis, it can be hard to take a second to come up with a good message and post when the moment strikes. Continue reading

10 Ways to Make Your Race More Eco-Friendly

10 Ways to Make Your Race More Eco-Friendly

10 Ways to Make Your Race More Eco-Friendly

“Going green” is no longer a trend for race events, it’s the preferred way to operate. Whether you have 300 or 30,000 participants, you and your team can do a number of things to ensure that your impact on the environment is as minimal as possible. Here are ten ways that you can recycle, reuse and reduce across all areas of your race. Continue reading

4 Team Tools Race Directors Shouldn’t Live Without

4 Team Tools Race Directors Shouldn’t Live Without

4 Team Tools Race Directors Shouldn't Live Without

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Asana

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If you’re looking for an easy-to-use platform to manage projects and tasks for your race, then check out Asana. As one of the best online project management tools out there (former Facebook team members are behind it!), Asana let’s you organize your team into “Projects”, then “Tasks” then “Subtasks”. Check them off as you go, communicate directly within the platform or in the handy app. The best part: It’s free up to a certain number of users! Here are a few ways you can use Asana in your real estate business. Continue reading

North Korea: A Social Experiment

North Korea: A Social Experiment

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Special guest post by Wendy Ulrich.
Destination runs/races are always exciting. Having the opportunity to see a city on foot and running through areas that are often unseen as a typical tourist is an unbeatable experience. However, how far are we willing to go? Many things factor into this decision. Safety should usually be the first in that decision, but sometimes it’s worth it to throw caution to the wind. Continue reading