What Matters to Mark Sullivan?
I met Mark while pedaling along on the Camino de Santiago trail. From minute one he easily melded into our group, which then expanded to 5, and we’d not only finish the trail together but he would hang with us for a couple more days in Santiago and beyond before he continued on. Mark was enroute to southern Portugal; he’s there now, surfing. He is involved in a few businesses, is from Chicago and lives in Denver. I could tell immediately he was an easy traveler, an open seeker and someone I’d be interested in engaging in more adventures, partly because I didn’t find out the logistics of his life until a couple of days had passed. Bypassing the usual “what do you do” questions and jumping into the ‘good stuff’ conversations right off is a good sign that I’ve found a keeper. So this cup of joe will not likely be our last.
What Matters to Mark?
‘That when I die I’ve made an impression or changed someone’s life in some positive way. That would be a good legacy. What matters is the small things.’
Lots and lots of small things.
You’re on it, Mark!