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Thinking like a runner | CourageToStart.com

This is the time of year when many folks start to think about a lifestyle change. Here’s a couple of tips from the book “Courage to Start”.

Thinking like a runner | CourageToStart.com.

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  1. Reblogged this on I am Ready to Lose and commented:
    “Improvement is defined as being closer to where you want to be than you are right now.” This quote alone makes this post worth sharing. Enjoy!

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