The most powerful purposes are ones that are intrinsic (you want to do it, rather than someone is making you or pressuring you to) or ones that positively impact others. What is your purpose for running?
This week’s message relates to how you view yourself and your running. The way in which you tell yourself (and others) how a run went can impact your mood and your performance and often that story isn’t completely accurate.
Today, I want to share an experience that will hopefully resonate with those who feel that disappointment or frustration in the hope it helps them navigate through the emotional rollercoaster that can follow when things don’t go as we had hoped.