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How The Practice of Running Every Day Can Help Your Writing

The lessons I learned from renowned author Haruki Murakami

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On the surface, Haruki Murakami’s What I talk about when I talk about running seems to be about running. Haruki runs on average, 26 miles every week, and has set a goal to run a marathon every year since the age of 33. And most of his book chronicles his training…

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All the nuggets of all the good books you never got around to reading. Here are the most important learnings in just a few minutes

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Wang Yip

Wang Yip

Author of Essential Habits. I write about personal development, work and managing your career. Connect with me at www.wangyip.ca

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