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
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Running to Be Fit
3rd of 5
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. Actions are consistent activities moving toward your goal. Fitness happens one day at a time over time.
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.
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