Bad days, do what you can. Good days, do what you can. It's been a tough couple of weeks. After the initial buzz, the doubts. New trainers, sore feet, old injuries threatening to resurface. Doing too much or doing too little? Ease back or push on. A close cousin of professional doubt. Can I do this? Do I belong? Am I good enough? Am I enough? Will they like me, like what I do, rehire me? What if I say no and they find someone better and never ask me again? What if I say yes a
This would be easier if I was faster. That's the point. The more I run the faster I get. That's the point. When you're a new Strava addict there's a real danger in comparing yourself using the wrong benchmark. I'm finding this at the moment. I'm only following a handful of friends, but they are all good runners or triathletes and it's easy to get downhearted when I look at their times and distances. And I think this happens a lot in business. You look at the people who find n
Purpose x (Health + Resources) = Performance
I’m going to run 500 miles in 2021 for Storybook Dads, a small charity that does wonderful things with the families of prisoners. In 2020 I ran 77 miles so this is a big challenge. I don’t know how to run 500 miles. But I do know how to run at least a mile a day, which is how I’m breaking down the goal.
What changed between 31/12/20 and 1/1/21?
I’ve now just finished January, clocked 67 miles and dropped my Xmas excess