That thought helped carry me through many seasons –
- Finding a spiritual identity outside the boxes of my past
- Begin walk/running at age 28 (never exercised before) after the birth of my third son in four and half years.
- Progressing to run a full marathon (26.2 miles) two years later
- Starting and managing a seasonal business for eleven years
- Waking up in a hospital in California, finding out I almost died twelve days earlier
- Walk again – after the doctors said I might not
- Climbing out of the black hole of depression
- On to running again, along with biking
- Now I’m hanging tight to that thought – as word by word, I try to write a book.
This morning I was motivated again when I read this in an interview.
People need to stop thinking about what can’t be done and start thinking about what CAN? – Gary Vaynerchuk
100 years ago or today – the truth is still the same.
How much time do I (and you) spend focusing on what we can’t do rather than on what we can do?
Any area of your life at a standstill until you switch your focus?