Which would you aim for?

paper note pad with handwritten notes
Scribbling notes on our kitchen notepad when inspiration, or a crazy memory, hits. Reflecting on the promise to myself when turning 40 – never again say, “I need to start working out and eating better”.

Would you rather be the fastest of the slowest or the slowest of the fastest?

Dear son, you could finish dead last in your race and still be the 8th fastest in the world.

Masters Track & Field World Championships.

In the finals.

Dead last.

Number 8 in the world.

Change what you see and what you see changes.

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When or why?

Glacier National Park
GNP. Lake McDonald.

If not now, when? If not ever, why?

dad

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You’ll see it when

Florida beetle
Beetle (and a shred of mulch) coloration i’ve never seen before. Yesterday. Look around. Miracles surround you.

To believe a thing is impossible is to make it so.

French Proverb

When you change what you see, what you see changes.

dad

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One mailbox a day

Cannot recall why this photo was taken a few days ago.

Build small habits, and make big plans.

If your goal isn’t impossible, your not reaching high enough.

The long way is the shortcut.

The last time you exercised should never be more than a few days ago, except for extenuating circumstances a couple times each year.

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Embrace the hard

Beach sunflower.

The harder it is to do something, the longer it takes to get there, just know the rewards are proportional.

The more you know, the more you’ll want to know.

The more you know, the more you can do.

The more you can do, the more you’ll want to do.

The more you want to do, the more you need to learn.

Embrace it as it gets harder.

As it gets harder, it gets easier.

Take getting and staying fit as a keystone example.

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