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June 28, 2010—Issue #41
This week’s focus point: In school I ran the sprints, and we were taught to “run through the tape.” You can’t let up as you approach the finish, you have to pretend the finish line is ten yards farther down the track, so that you don’t slow down when your effort counts the most. That’s what the best athletes are doing in the World Cup and Wimbledon right now. And that’s what the best leaders and manager do. They run through the tape.
Monday Morning Perspective: Hope I die before I get old. — Peter Townshend (1966)
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