Most of what determines our success or failure is determined before we set a goal. How well we’ve defined our success criteria, how motivated we are and how focused we are.
The hard work lies in the body, and we will certainly course correct along the way, but when we look back, it will be obvious where failure rooted its seeds.
If we have taken the correct steps in planning, our only work is to maintain the health of our focus and motivation.
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