I’m Isaiah McCall. I’m a professional reporter, nationally certified nutritionist, and ultramarathoner by day. Stand-up comedian, magician, and podcaster by night.
I write about Cryptocurrency, Fitness Hacks, and Greek Philosophy, among other things
In 2020, I went from 0 to 60.
Or, rather, 30.
A year ago, I was a couch potato. Last year, I became an ultramarathoner by running 30 miles straight — no stopping. We started at my house in Hackensack, New Jersey, ran across the George Washington Bridge through the entire island of Manhattan, and finally finished by diving into the cold, soapy water of Coney Island, Brooklyn.
My Skill Set
Nunchuck skills, bow hunting skills, computer hacking skills...
- SEO/Content Writing 79% 79%
- Social Media Marketing 80% 80%
- Graphic Design 75% 75%
- Content Production 80% 80%
- Fitness (The Bar Won't Go Farther) 100% 100%
- Reporting 75% 75%
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Isaiah took on assignments most reporters might scoff at for being too small and not worth the time it took to work on them. But he approached them with care and dedication, and the stories he produced reflected a much greater potential. He found good narratives the were often coupled with striking photographs, and that produced great centerpiece stories for the front of the local news section. That might be an outdated metric, according to some, but for a daily newspaper it was an invaluable contribution to the team.
Just pals on a couch who write about health, wealth, and wisdom (and everything in-between) What is Yard Couch? Yard Couch is a publication for those seeking long-term success. We have one goal: Share stories that enrich the lives of our readers. We’ve boiled it down...
Bitcoin is going to change the world — and if you take a second to learn about it, you’ll understand why. After an abysmal 2018 to 2019 stretch, Bitcoin is nearing an all-time high. The price is up 166% this year and big-name investors don’t think it’s going to stop....
The longer you wait the more you miss out The late Mac Miller once sang, “I knew my life would change, all I needed was ‘one hundred grand.” I think a lot of us can relate. We hope one hundred grand falls into our laps and then all of our problems will go away. This...