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What do you say to people when they don’t ask?

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Running has been moving cautiously upward – faster. This is a great feeling. After a decade of chronic foot pain, my feet haven’t felt this good since 2001.

When I write something like this, the hope is that you can say something like:

  • my exercise is going well too, or…
  • I’m still working diligently, patiently, to overcome my injury, or…
  • it’s inspiring to see someone in their 50’s still making wellness a priority, or…
  • if he can do it, I can do it, or…
  • I want to be a great example for my family too, or…
  • jeff doesn’t use a busy schedule, travel, or anything else as an excuse to quit, or…
  • fill in the blank ________

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

2 replies on “What do you say to people when they don’t ask?”

Jeff, you are an inspiration! I can say all of those comments…

If I wasn’t a Lane 8 reader, I would have NEVER run that 5k race on April Fool’s Day. Cheers to you and all of your great words of encouragement!

And my ankles are feeling better because I’ve been biking instead of running.

Natalie, it is in the giving that we receive. Thank you for your kind words. And congrats on your accomplishments and creativity to overcome temporary setbacks.

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