Tuesday, December 11, 2012

What's behind career achievers' love of marathons?

Whether it's ambition or addiction, professionally successful types have taken to endurance sports in a very big way in recent years.

In 2006, Mary Wittenberg, CEO of New York Road Runners (which stages the ING New York City Marathon) told the New York Times that her average runner's household income was $130,000. USA Triathlon says the average triathlete's household income is $126,000.

Professionally successful sorts "have got great habits that fit an endurance framework,"

People who are successful in business often know how to set big goals and break them down into doable steps.



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