In 2014 We Became Limitless –
For a lot of us, last year was pretty epic. Many set foot in a gym for the first time, ran their first 5K, did their first unassisted pull-up…
We Broke New Ground.
Now, however…now is our time to conquer. Now that we’ve tested the waters, shed our self-imposed limits, and surprised ourselves with what we’re capable of…it’s time to adopt a new strategy.
If there’s one thing this past year has taught me, it’s that nothing is out of your reach. Between what I myself was able to accomplish and what I saw others achieve…it was made very clear to me that it’s just a matter of having the courage to go out and take your victory from the universe.
Fear is the enemy, Courage is your weapon.
You can’t be afraid of failure. You can’t be afraid of how big the task before you is. You can’t be afraid of the “what ifs”. You have to have confidence in yourself and your ability. With a positive attitude and the right approach, nothing can stop you.
What Do You Want?
What have you always thought was out of reach? Did you think you’d never run a 5K? Never be smaller than a size 10/8/4/etc? Have you been running but a marathon just seems absurd?
Guess what? You just found your goal. Now what?
Plan For Success.
I mean that literally AND metaphorically. You’ve got to believe that you’re going to achieve it before you have a snowball’s chance. That said, you need a solid plan that will get you there. Want to lose weight? Run a 5K? Marathon? There are plans to be designed to help you, specifically, achieve that goal. Not everyone is the same, and not everyone’s road to victory will be either. Talk to a trainer or coach, use The Power of Google, or figure it out on your own. One way or another, you must have a plan and stick to it.
Yes, I said Conquer.
You’re not just going to achieve your goal, you’re going to conquer it. You’re not going to meekly ask the universe if you can pretty please have it this time…You’re going to go out there and take your victory. Why? Because why SHOULDN’T you? There is nothing out of your reach as long as you’re willing to put in the work to achieve it. It might not be easy, but you can and WILL do it.
I’m Taking My Own Advice.
How, you ask?
I’m running my first marathon.
This year is about setting a goal, creating a plan, going out there and getting it.
This year we conquer.