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The power of thought and the achievement of your fitness goals.

It was brought to my attention that I have not shared the mental side of getting and staying fit. I learned the concept that thoughts are things decades ago. What you consistently think about both consciously and subconsciously determines your eventual accomplishments. What I enjoy about running goals, is the speed in which you can achieve your goals. It’s 💯 percent up to you. You don’t have to persuade stakeholders (which may take time), like you do when accomplishing your professional goals. If you want to increase your mileage. You start by running a little bit farther on your current runs. If you want to run faster, you start training faster. Here are seven of my goal setting rules. 1. In the beginning don’t share your new goals with people that can’t help you accomplish them. Share your goals with like minded individuals (only) that will joyfully help you on your journey. An example would be current training partners. 2. Think about your new goal often. 3. Increase your goal in s