Running Hard

I used to run track. When I fell behind in a race, I didn’t give up, or try to reinvent myself in the moment, or proclaim I was a victim, or ask for immediate advice from a coach. I ran harder. I didn’t always win, but I was always competitive, and since I was always competitive, I won my fair share.

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