The Key to Life: Running & Reading

The Key to Life: Running & Reading

I personally love this message.  I watch it often – sometimes before I go for a run, or have neglected a book. It’s all about managing that little voice in your head, and learning from other peoples experience / knowledge. Solid!

  • http://twitter.com/bloggomsverige Lisa

    I’ve always loved Will Smith’s music…happy to discover he’s such a great motivational speaker, too! Will definitely watch this again, especially when it’s time for a run and I’m not feeling properly motivated. 🙂

  • http://fosterat.blogspot.com/ Andrew Foster

    Dude, LOVE IT!! I tweet this video all the time. Success is a mindset as well as failure, so it’s up to us to choose which one we want to live.

  • http://healthbackintofitness.blogspot.com/ Charlie Reid

    Beautifully said…running is part of our primal being, we were designed to do it, and it is almost a meditative way to return back to ourselves, to the earth, and to help re-focus our purpose. And why not do it with an audio book every now and again while you’re running?

    Cheers!

  • http://www.rapidmindsolutions.com Steve Nickerson

    Dan,

    THANKS!!! Great post, I’m literally going for a run right now. I agree with Chralie, Iove to listen to a great audio book when I run.

    Cheers,

    Steve

  • http://www.impersuasion.com Tzu Ming

    Awesome stuff Dan.

  • http://thomasknoll.info Thomas Knoll

    Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

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  • http://alexgblog.com AlexG

    “Love what you do and do what you love”
    Good video

  • http://www.7sutras.com Jane

    Thanks for sharing, Dan (and to Lewis Howes for the RT)! This is my life’s mantra.

    Make it happen, everybody!

  • http://www.onceabeekeeper.com/ Kevin Swan

    I can’t believe I haven’t seen this before. Just started running last year as I trained with some buddies for the Great Canadian Death Race. I never imagined how applicable doing so would be to the rest of my life. I didn’t discover reading until I was in my mid-20s. It has formed who I am today and I haven’t looked back since then. Thanks, Dan!