Tenacious. Passionate. Resilient. Nobody epitomizes the essence of the Driven Lifestyle better than Kurt Madden.
An endurance sport icon and Mdrive ambassador, Kurt is one of the OGs of the sport. He finished seventh at the 1980 Ironman World Championships in Hawaii — his first Ironman triathlon competition and the third Ironman ever — and won the first-ever Ultraman race in 1983, repeating that feat two years later in 1985.
“I credit my background in athletics for giving me the foundation to balance so much in my life,” he says. Mike played football at Missouri State University and the schedule of a student-athlete — practicing and playing 20 to 25 hours a week, taking a full course load and working jobs during spring semester — taught him how to juggle multiple obligations successfully.
Tony Kenon knows what it’s like to have nothing.
Born in Guadalajara, Mexico, Tony came to the U.S. as a young child. His experience growing up in extreme poverty shaped his life — and continues to do so today.
“Poverty drives you,” he says. “Poor kids know what it’s like to not have enough of anything. That’s compelling and stays with you.”
That drive, born out of a literal and figurative hunger to improve his station, combined with his passion for people, guided him to become a renowned accountant and business consultant in the renewable energy field — and our latest Driven Spotlight.
If you know our brand, you know we’re endorsed by celebrity sports radio hosts and athletes alike. While it helps us to have recognized names talk about our products, it leaves out a crucial part of our message: Mdrive is for the driven. And that can be anyone. Take Greg, an Mdrive customer who had trouble producing T despite T-therapy from medical professionals. We interviewed him to see what made him turn to Mdrive. Let’s take a look at how Mdrive helped Greg increase his T-levels and feel energized.