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Michael
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I didn't know where to put this and I figured here would work well enough.

http://www3.canyons.edu/faculty/rafterm/0%20Positive%20Psychology/Days%204-8/5%20Happiness/WHEN%20MORE%20PAIN%20IS%20PREFERRED%20TO%20LESS%20-%20Adding%20a%20better%20end.pdf

It's been pretty useful to me.

I'm sure some will find it interesting and some won't.

It's mentioned in Thinking, Fast and Slow.  If I had to name my five favorite books, that would be on the list.

I'd write more, if I were the type to write more, but I'm not, so I won't.

Michael can not receive PM's, emails or respond to Posts. He passed away in September 2018. To honor his contributions we are leaving his account active. R.I.P - Dumcoach Staff.


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Coach Kyle
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So make them run a bunch of really tough sprints, and then take 3 steps forward before the last sprint. Got it.

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