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Sometimes, to Keep Moving Ahead, You Need to Stop

Progress Isn’t a Linear Progression

Cross Country Skiers Coming to a Stop on a Peak
Photo by Mihály Köles on Unsplash

I’m sure there is a psychologist out there that can identify the particular personality type, but I like to keep moving forward. Always. Maybe that’s why I loved running so much. Every step moved you that much closer to the finish line. It didn’t matter whether it was a running step or a walking step; each one got me 31…




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Darryl Brooks

Darryl Brooks

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