I participated in a duathlon last week. It was a 2-mile run followed by a 10-mile bike ride and finally a 2-mile run. After 64 minutes and 35 seconds I was done. I was sweaty and tired. I got a medal (we all did). I know it was an accomplishment. I trained for it. Now here’s the part that’s hard to admit…it wasn’t that difficult.
I’m going to be brutally honest here. I could have done A LOT better. I could have prepared better. I could have been in better shape. If I had, my times would have been a lot faster. I would have been able to go further. I would have felt better when I finished.
Here’s more brutal honesty. I did it. I accomplished my goal. I did something that most people don’t (note…I didn’t say can’t). I did it by doing just a little bit more. And despite my success it is absolutely true that my results would have been better had I done more than a little bit more.
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