From the pen of Julie Barbera:
Imagine that you are running a marathon. You take off like a rocket. The crowd is cheering. Adrenaline keeps you going at the beginning, but you lose momentum midway through the race. Despite the challenge, you are determined to finish in first place.
Although you trained for endurance, everything changed when you stepped on the track. You took off faster than planned, and others caught up quicker than expected. This prompted you to push harder. While it was great to start strong, you ended up falling behind…
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