Enduring the Pain

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Darren Miller delivering the Every Breath A Gift presentation where he explains the Seven Essentials of Success
Darren Miller winning the 2012 END-WET marathon swim from North Dakota to Minnesota down the mighty Red River

noun - Enduring the Pain is part of Darren Miller's Seven Essentials of Success that he explains in his Every Breath A Gift presentation given to local, domestic and international groups.

Seven Essentials of Success

1 Visualize Success based on his English Channel crossing
2 Motivation by Inspiration based on his Catalina Channel crossing
3 Enduring the Pain based on his Molokai Channel crossing
4 Teamwork based on his Strait of Gibraltar crossing
5 Perseverance based on his Tsugaru Channel crossing
6 Avoid the Noise based on his Cook Strait crossing
7 Respect and Honor based on his North Channel crossing

Every Breath A Gift

Darren Miller

Darren Miller] is a motivational speaker, race director, and marathon swimmer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. who became the second man, second American, and fourth person overall to achieve the Oceans Seven. Miller was the first swimmer in history to achieve the feat on all first attempts. Darren Miller was named one of the 101 Movers And Shakers In The Open Water Swimming World by the Daily News of Open Water Swimming for 2013 and received a nomination for the 2013 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year Award. Miller, along with Sarah Thomas, won the Barra Award in 2013 by voting members of the Marathon Swimmers Forum. He is a founding board member of the U.S. Winter Swimming Association that sanctions the first Winter Swimming Championship in North America and a lifetime member of the Santa Barbara Channel Swimming Association.

Miller completed the following major swims during his career:

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