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June 29, 2009

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Pei

I think it is possible that the look of exhaustion is also the look of living the dream. I think for people who push for things they enjoy doing (or at least wanting to do it by their free will), what really matters is not the look; instead is the thrill and the progress every step of the way. If we reach the goal, there’s of course the sense of achievement. Even if eventually we failed to reach our original goal, we get the satisfaction of knowing that we have tried, and we won’t be wondering about all the “what if” had we not tried. (At least that’s the case for me.)

What could be more satisfying live the dream? Living the dream with people who share the same spirit!

Bob Mitera

You are right there! Who's best practices are you following for your training? I'm a Mr. Wolf for project management and training for endurance events. "That's 30 minutes away. I'll be there in 10." You can make it.

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