Can endurance training techniques be used for career?
Question:Endurance training uses techniques like, "run 10 miles, run 11 miles, increase until you're running 26 miles", and so on.
I'm wondering if I can use the same approach with my career. I'd like to be able to study more and develop a second career (business) outside my paid job. At least for now, I'm not conditioned to do work outside of work. I wondered if I could use endurance training techniques to teach myself things and to get a side business going so I can retire from my day job.
I'd especially like answers from people in business or sports, but all opinions are welcome.
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