Day 365 – Finding My Way In Every Run book by Muindi Kimanzi
Read the story of how Muindi ran every day for 365 days. The year-long challenge helped him overcome depression and alcoholism, changed his life for the better and helped him build consistency and discipline in achieving his goals.
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Day 365 – Finding My Way In Every Run.
I RAN EVERY DAY FOR A YEAR!
Read the story of how Muindi ran every day for 365 days. The year-long challenge helped him overcome depression and alcoholism, changed his life for the better and helped him build consistency and discipline in achieving his goals. He shares this and hopes to inspire you to build consistency and discipline in pursuing your goals.
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