When you learn to run long distance and you want to run a 10k race.. how do you train?
As a child, I was naturally into life, and trying out as much as I could. I didn’t like to train, but I had good results.. (I sprinted off to win the “Novi Cross Country” at Tonbridge School – much to everyone’s shock (and my own..)
Looking back on this, I see the same lesson with business, life and fitness/sports..
That is to Go the Extra Mile…
It’s 1am when I write this post after one of the most stressful weeks of my life. But I’m “happy” and here because I’m committed to making the results for myself and others that I committed to do.
I am doing more than I need and training myself to operate that way, I am also ensuring that we are over the line with room to spare. This is building the foundation for myself, my partners and clients to have a great decade, even as the market and business world declares breakdown.
If nothing else, life has shown me that there can always be a solution, if we can be creative enough and bring the right people and team together.
This week, I didn’t throw in the towel, but went the extra mile, and a big part of that was to do with my Mastermind Groups that I’ve built up and been part of in some cases for over twenty years.
So.. What is my point?
Whatever you want to do.. you can.. if you are prepared to go the extra mile..
And if you want to master running 10k races.. you train to run 12k or more..
So what are really focussed and committed to doing?
and are you taking the necessary steps to set your bar hirer and go that extra mile..