Life Lessons from my Coach
Be confident but humble.
A sense of humor will take you far.
You are unique and special.
So is everyone else. Treat everyone like they are unique and special.
People will rise to the goal you set; people will always exceed your expectations.
No. more than that.
Family is more than blood relatives.
Make fun of yourself but lift up everyone else.
It's ok to be warm & fuzzy every once in awhile.
Open up to people; even though it's scary. They're probably waiting for it.
Own your goals. Own your training. The only person who has to believe you can reach your goals is YOU.
Your life is what it is because of YOU. Not because of a bad boss, bad boyfriend/girlfriend, bad parents. Own your decisions.
"Don't poop yourself" is more than just a mantra.
Actions speaks louder than words.
Plan for the worst. Hope for the best.
Push your boundaries. Be uncomfortable, really uncomfortable.
Good. Now do it again.
What really goes on in those IM tents.
Sight every 4 strokes, buy that cassette, swim 6 days a week, run 35 miles and love the power meter.
Throw tantrums but admit when you're wrong.
Get out of your head. Your body is always ready before your mind is.
Believe it to see it.
When you don't know what to say, quote a movie.
DO YOUR CORE WORK.
People will always give you advice. Listen to the people you trust. Ignore the rest.
You can't control your environment. The only thing you can really control is your reaction to your environment.
Take what you do seriously, but don't take yourself seriously.
Hugs shouldn't last longer than 2 seconds. Unless......
Life lessons from my Coach who is more than my coach. He's also my friend.