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Awesome analogy with the running downhill.

To expand a bit...getting momentum behind you is so much easier when you are going downhill. But remember it is getting past that 'peak' that tips you from running uphill vs downhill that is the most difficult part. When you are going uphill, never turn around to and go downhill towards the bottom where you started. Because it will be easy to go downhill that way too. So ALWAYS strive to get to the peak. And then downhill to the other side of the mountain is breeze!

Joe Phillips

Reminds me a Mary Shelley Quote (Frankenstein)

“With how many things are we on the brink of becoming acquainted, if cowardice or carelessness did not restrain our inquiries.”


First off I had no idea you were a runner. Great analogy, as a trail runner myself I can really appreciate it. Great post too, fear held me back for the longest time, and still does at times if I let it.

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