things running taught me

1. It never always gets worse. When things go bad, don’t give up. It’s just a bad stretch. Keep going and you’ll get a second wind. Maybe it won’t be a headwind.

2. Don’t look at the whole race. Just focus on one little part at a time. Relentless forward motion. Get one thing done, then the next. You’ll make it to the finish line. Just don’t try to look for it yet.

3. There’s no problem that can’t be fixed with the proper amount of duct tape.

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4 Responses to things running taught me

  1. Dave says:

    #3 is of course true, but I’ve not seen it in running. Is there a story there?

  2. wanderwolf says:

    Oh yes… duct tape is a hero.

  3. wanderwolf says:

    I learned a lot from running too! But it makes me too tired to be sarcastic, usually. 🙂

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