Overcoming Crisis with Julia Becker Collins artwork
Run to Thrive

Overcoming Crisis with Julia Becker Collins

  • E5
  • 44:06
  • October 29th 2020

What lessons can running teach you about overcoming crises in your life? Today I explore that question with Julia Becker Collins, an avid runner and endurance athlete, high-achiever, and COO of Vision Advertising, a busy marketing firm where she does everything from managing day-to-day operations to talking marketing and business strategy with clients. When she’s not in the office, she’s often on the road training for an ultra-marathon. This year, she was diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer, and the treatment involved has forced her to slow down, which isn’t something she’s used to.

In our conversation, we discuss:

How to get started with running when you live a busy lifestyle - Overcoming physical and mental challenges that come throughout training - Developing running as a practice and identity - How to find the joy in running - The importance of prioritizing self-care when you’re a busy professional, and how to fit running into the work day - What running can teach you about overcoming moments of crisis in life and work.

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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