Running and Leadership – Getting Fit

Running to Be Fit

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If I miss a day of practice, I know it. If I miss two days, my manager knows it. If I miss three days, my audience knows it.

– André Previn

The first rule is to set your goal. Then begin at once preparing for success.

Rehearse for success in everything you do – you are forming good habits that will influence your success and your life.

I set my goal on finishing a half marathon. My mind believes it. My body is not capable of achieving it, so I must train daily to be able to succeed.

Goals are worthless without an plan of action.

Start now. Don’t give up until you succeed. What you become on the way to achieving the goal is better than the goal itself.

Start now.

Hugh Ballou
The Transformational Leadership Strategist 

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