Alastair Mundy: The 10-10-10 rule

Including a 'future us' in decision-making

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Alastair Mundy of the Temple Bar Investment Trust and Investec
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Alastair Mundy of the Temple Bar Investment Trust and Investec

I recently decided to reduce my running commitments.There will be no press coverage of this and no big testimonial dinner has been organised: given my ability I will be of no loss whatsoever to the running community - although running shoe manufacturers will miss me greatly.

My decision is not due to injury or old age, but instead to longer-term concerns over the damage I may do to myself if I push my luck for another five or ten years. To many this decision seems entirely...

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