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This girl ran the Boston Marathon with Down syndrome

A story for you


When she was 15, a girl named Kayleigh Williamson started running with her mom. She competed in her first race, 10 miles, a year later.


Since then, Kayleigh, who has Down syndrome, has completed 20 marathons, and recently completed the Boston Marathon.


I make my point at the end.



About me


Hi 👋 my name is Laura Mai and I’m a marketing consultant looking to make ethical marketing easy. I’m currently doing Alex Hormozi’s 100 day content challenge.


Every day (except Sunday per my religion) I will be doing this challenge and sharing the good, the embarrassing and the enlightening.


Day 44


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Time spent Yesterday: 100 minutes + ✅


What I made:


I’m really productive at this point of the month. I have Dan’s video ready to go along with all the promotion for it.


I’ve continued with my “do you ever wish series” which is my best performer.



PRES check in


Prayers ✅

Reading ✅

Exercise ✅

Act of Service ✅

Sleep challenge 🚨 messed up my phone before bed (read more here)


Struggles and what went well


Struggles:


The biggest struggle today is I’m running out of time. I still have a lot of energy, but the day is almost done. There aren’t enough hours in this one.


What went well:


I’m so happy I was able to be so productive today. I got through a lot of things I was putting off and I’m excited to work tomorrow and enjoy my Sunday.


I’m also becoming more ok with pacing myself.


Key takeaway


You know Kayleigh at the beginning? she ran the marathon in 10 hours 9 minutes and 11 seconds, but I bet you didn’t wonder about that until I brought it up, and you were much more focused on the facts she had finished the race despite obstacles.


People won't notice you until you win, but when you get the win, that’s what they won't notice how long it took.


The end


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