Growing up, I ran everywhere. Really everywhere: in sports, to school, to the store, between all the rooms in my house, all the time. Slow just never made sense to me, and running made everything better. It came to define how I worked. Efficiency meant everything to me because it meant reaching my top speed. In fact, running became the only way I could work. By my 20s I realized that exercise kept me sane. It let out extra steam and left behind a semblance of focus. That was how I lived and made my living. I took on projects and (I’ve gotta say it) I literally ran with them.