What I Learned From Running The New York Marathon

Distraction is not always a bad thing

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A few years ago, I ran the New York Marathon. I’d like to say I did it specifically for some charity, but really, I did it just for me. After winning a lottery to enter and training for 14 weeks, I ran 26.2 miles in 4 ½ hours through 5 boroughs and over 5 bridges to complete the most famous marathon in the world. I…

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Author, educator, and self-improvement nerd. Co-founder of Danscend. My books: shorturl.at/lrtOV My email: Loucadouxmichelle@gmail.com

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Michelle Loucadoux, MBA

Michelle Loucadoux, MBA

Author, educator, and self-improvement nerd. Co-founder of Danscend. My books: shorturl.at/lrtOV My email: Loucadouxmichelle@gmail.com

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