Thursday, 7 March
Today's Topic
On this day, Janet Guthrie

Skill + Do

Just when you think you’ve had a bad day, think about others out there – like Janet Guthrie – who have had to fight through barriers and walls much steeper than yours.

Janet Guthrie qualified for and competed in the 1977 Indianapolis 500 in a car entered by Rolla Vollstedt but finished 29th with engine troubles.

Janet would go on to compete in only two more Indy 500s and finish ninth in the ’78 race while driving with a fractured wrist. (This woman’s got courage and high pain tolerance…wow!) Janet hurt the wrist a few days before the race while playing in a charity tennis tournament; she had to hide the injury from officials so she could race.

Just when you think you’ve had a bad day, or you can’t take the Acme client anymore, or your company’s management is driving you crazy, think about Janet, who had to fight through barriers and walls much steeper than yours.

Imagine Janet in your passenger seat coaching you on how to take the next curve and when to accelerate. You don’t have to go it alone…find those like Janet who can help you.

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"Racing takes everything you’ve got – intellectually, emotionally, physically – and then you have to find about ten percent more and use that too." Janet Guthrie

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