MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — It’s 6:30 a.m. James Anderson is already in his office checking e-mail and getting in some quiet time before meeting with his staff. In between traveling, conducting leadership workshops and marketing his business, Anderson makes the time to run. This year, he is training to run in his second Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon in St. Paul.
“I’m going to keep doing these because they’re tough, they’re challenging,” said Anderson, a fitness enthusiast and advocate of lifelong learning and personal development. “It’s an opportunity to use what I teach.”