It was 28-degrees and dark at 6 a.m. this morning as I hit the road for my morning run. As I passed through the local neighborhoods I could smell coffee brewing and caught the familiar sounds of the dogs who religiously await my passing three days a week.
Yes, I am a runner.
I don’t claim to be an “avid” runner, because that would mean I actually enjoy the pain that shoots through my feet, knees and hips when I run. That would also mean that I’d rather be on the pavement at 6 a.m. in freezing weather than snuggled under my down comforter, hoping my husband has brewed me a cup of tea. But I do it because it is good for me.
Since I’ve been running, my blood pressure has dropped, my waistline has gotten smaller and my business has almost doubled. And if you caught that, then you’ll know I’m going to explain the connection between running and your business.