There is always good happening in our lives and in the world, but when we get caught in certain cycles we are unable to see it. Letting the good land is a muscle that can be strengthened.
Sometimes pursuing a mission with relentless persistence can feel more like slavery than sovereignty. How do we find the sovereignty within the endurance of the marathon?
Not all endurance is healthy. Are you enduring with integrity?
It may feel counterintuitive, but celebrating where we are now is a crucial component of sustaining our endurance to persevere toward our bigger vision.
I haven’t missed a workout in over 8 years. Here’s my secret to sustainable endurance.
The strategies that work for sprints rarely work for marathons. 2 keys for creating enduring actions.
If you want to sustain action for the long term you’re going to need more than a clear outcome and a compelling why.