What is The Moxie Ride?
- On the heels of our extraordinary first ride last summer, the LifeMoxie Company once again set off on a quest to discover the professional pulse of our society.
- From Key West, FL to Bar Harbor, ME, we interviewed people along the east coast to identify how they have the courage to create the remarkable in their work and see what drives them to be passionate about their jobs.
- All videos were posted on our YouTube Channel and will be used as research for Ann Tardy's upcoming book!
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Meet the Moxie Riders:
Cycling cross-country is something Ann Tardy, Life Moxie founder, has dreamt of doing for over two decades. In her true determined and inspirational spirit, she found a way to combine the adventure she always wanted to do and her successful business in order to discover what people love about their jobs and how bosses influence their success, providing concrete proof of the professional pulse of America.
Jeff Furnia, friend of Ann since law school, was so inspired by Ann's moxie that he decided to ride by her side this year. Jeff felt compelled to ride on behalf of someone whose personal moxie was making a difference in the lives of others. Barry Winovich, a good friend and co-worker of Jeff's wife, was diagnosed with ALS a few years ago. Instead of going quietly into the night, Barry and his support network created The Bright Side of the Road Foundation to raise money and awareness to help fight this terrible disease. Make a pledge on behalf of Jeff & The Moxie Ride!
Visit Jeff's blog for a pedal pusher's view of the Moxie Ride!
As we cycled up the coast with our RV in tow capturing the countryside, we shared our moxie books with those we met, as well as discovered first hand what drives people to have moxie for their jobs.
Every person interviewed received a free copy of LifeMoxie! Ambition on a Mission.
At LifeMoxie, we are on a mission to discover the remarkable in organizations. One approach is to alleviate the malaise in the workplace by eradicating those ugly bosses, nasty colleagues, and ridiculous policies. A much better approach is to shift our individual and collective focus to what makes work matter. When we talk about the things we love about our job, the reasons we chose our profession, the purpose our job serves, and the ways we make a difference, we inevitably do those things more and better. As a result, we cannot help but be remarkable. And we have found that the more we talk about it and the more we share about it, the more we inspire others to do the same. Imagine if we all went to work with this sense of purpose, value, appreciation, and joy. So we are out here connecting to everyday people in everyday communities and collecting their authentic stories so that we can make a dent in corporate America, one person at a time.
The Remarkable RV: