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What 2020 Has Taught Us About Running

176: What 2020 Has Taught Us About Running

gratitude Dec 24, 2020

As we approach the end of 2020, many people are bidding good riddance to a year like no other.  Prior to goal setting for 2021, which is important to set up a great year, we need to take some time to reflect on what happened this past year.  Before we brush off the year and dismiss the struggles and challenges, we need to remember that the struggles are usually where we learn the biggest lessons.  So what lessons can we be grateful for as we say thank you to 2020. 


Highlights of the Episode


Making the most of the gratitude feeling that can shape your day and life

Reframing your thoughts when it’s difficult to find gratitude

Ways to appreciate the present and feel happier

How we can fully appreciate the joy of gratitude

How this year changes you and your perspective

Dealing with canceled races, limited group runs, closed gyms, and many more


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