If you think it’s too late or you’re too old to start a running journey and get all the benefits that go along with it, think again! Today I’m joined by Tony Loyd, an inspiring former Fortune 500 executive, TEDx speaker, and best selling author who started his running journey at 42 years old and through it has found relief from depression and anxiety, great success in his career, and his purpose in life!
We’re diving into:
What inspired Tony to set out on a year of setting new personal goals in every area of his life and achieving new personal bests in running and life (at age 60!) - How he found his purpose - The biggest lessons Tony learned on his year of personal bests - What leaders and runners can learn from each other - The pros and cons of setting PRs - What running on a plant-based diet looks and feels like - The importance of self-care - Tony’s best lessons in leadership from his career and after interviewing over 150 leaders, entrepreneurs, and executives - And a special gift for you from Tony! (Listen in to the end for this one!)
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Catch Tony’s podcast, Social Entrepreneur: https://tonyloyd.com/episodes/
Grab a copy of Tony’s book, Crazy Good Advice: 10 Lessons Learned from 150 Leading Social Entrepreneurs: https://amzn.com/069291904X
Run to Thrive
Run to Thrive is a show for anyone with a runner's spirit who is ready to live, lead and run with more energy, engagement and enjoyment in their everyday life.
Each episode provides insight, inspiration, and motivation from leaders, influencers, and everyday heroes who run to fuel their success in life and work so you can learn how to thrive on the run and beyond.
You'll discover how running can help you step into your greatest potential and develop a stronger body, clearer mind and deeper purpose in all areas of your life and work. Hosted by Matt Mills, professional coach and founder of Coaching on the Run.
For more information, visit www.mattcmills.com