Filed under: Personal.
This is a part of the series of posts that tie back to the 11 Life Lessons I Learned From Running.
I don’t know about you, but I have to have a goal when I run. It makes no difference whether I’m running to a destination, or during a time-frame. Without that set goal I will come up with lots of excuses and you’ll find me on the couch instead of the sidewalk.
It’s easy to coast through life, reacting to events instead of proactively planning. By doing so you end up wherever life tosses you. By setting your own goals, you determine where you will end up and take control of your life.
In life or running, if you aren’t working towards goals, you’re just spinning your wheels.