• Richard Avery

Make A Start

The start of a new year brings much excitement about new beginnings, a chance to reset, start over, become someone new…

But where we often go wrong is failing to commit and show up.

I see this in our gym and fitness business. Some people commit to their desired trajectory. They show up and do the work.

But then there are others who are forever finding reasons not to do the work. Have they got the right gear, workout plan, watch, heart rate monitor?

If we make a commitment to start something, show up. Show up repeatedly. Do the work, and we’ll learn to fine-tune and improve along the way.

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