Taking a look at my running stats from the past two years there are countless ways you can dissect it, but for conversation purposes here’s the breakdown:
In 2022, I accumulated 782.8 miles over 465 runs, averaging 1.6 miles per run. Fast forward to 2023, and while the total dipped to 573.4 miles over 301 runs, my average distance per run did trend in the right direction to 1.9 miles per.
The numbers show a strategic shift in how I prioritize my runs—focusing more on the quality and intention behind each one rather than the quantity. With 6.4 runs per week compared to last year’s 8.8, it’s clear I’ve adjusted my focus on what matters most: where and when I run to get the most out of each mile.
In business, like in running, it’s all about the approach. This year, I’ve taken the same analytical approach to help businesses realign their priorities for maximum impact—fine-tuning team dynamics, and boosting employee and senior leadership morale.
The right adjustments can lead to breakthroughs. It’s about being purposeful with your energy and your efforts.
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