A relative asked for advice on how to get ready for a “Warrior 5k” in only four weeks.
Also yesterday, a former colleague “wished everything didn’t hurt” when she tried running.
- Slow and steady wins the race.
- If you don’t like running, you’re doing it wrong.
What makes me an expert? Don’t really know, except that i run. A lot. And have for a long time.
The effect regular exercise has on our attitude, our spirit, our work and our home life is extraordinary.
Why would we not exploit that?
Is it because we can’t afford it? The time to do it, is that what we can’t afford?
Or is it that we can’t afford the risk it takes to let go of the things holding us back from carving out the time and commitment?
(photo: One of Walt Disney World’s Main Entrances. This one is at Crossroads.)
Spent 15 years traveling the globe revealing the ‘why’ for Disney. People let the what and the how get in the way of their breakthrough. Hell bent on never letting that happen.
What’s the one most important consideration for a lifetime of health, wellness, and balance?
What would you say?
Imagine the power in having an instantaneous answer.
We get hung up (lost even) in the how and the what. Forget those. Think ‘why?’
The first and most important rule of Baby Boomer exercise.
Plan for nothing to go the way you think it will.
You know who owns you and me? The excuse whisperer.
Insight: Excuses are cancer to our resolve to be focused and disciplined.