When it’s too good to be true…

Written by Chen Hindi

On April 10, 2023

As some of you may know, during lockdowns I was running around our house. 

After the first or second run I noticed that I’m running much faster than I usually do (I was running the same distance as before). 

I enjoyed the moment thinking I’m a mega athlete but after a few more runs, I knew something didn’t make sense. 

I talked to a friend who’s also a runner and after a few questions asked and answered, we realized that the problem is that I’m running on a very small area and for such small radiuses the satellites are less accurate, therefore the running apps show inaccurate results. 

This post has nothing to do with running, but everything with your personal and professional life, in specific when people try to onboard you to their ideas. 

When something looks too good to be true, IT IS too good to be true – there’s a difference between dreaming big and simply hallucinating, and it’s your job to know the difference. 

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