I originally signed up for a half marathon. The 13.1 mile distance felt manageable, as opposed to the tremendous effort I had imagined for a full marathon. There was just one problem: I’ve never been good at doing things halfway.
With the idea of the big race nagging at me, I decided to push my training forward—week by week, my runs getting longer and more frequent. Before I knew it, I felt confident enough to complete the full 26.2 miles—something that just a few months earlier had felt impossible.
What does a marathon have to do with business? More than you think – especially if you are in the transformation business.
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