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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…




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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