The other day I came across this quote –
“For the past three years, I have been playing not to lose. After yesterday, now I am playing to win”.
It can from another excellent post by Peter Bromka. It was a text from his Dad to him before the Chicago marathon.
His Dad had heart surgery three years ago, and the day before the marathon he had been taken back into hospital for further surgery. Continue reading “Playing to win, or playing not to lose?”
I like a good quote.
One I have been thinking about for a while now is –
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can”
Arthur Ashe was a tennis player, 3-time grand slam winner (including Wimbledon), civil rights advocate and Apartheid activist, founder of the ATP and educator.
There are many parts to Ashe’s story Continue reading “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can”
At few weeks ago, I posted out on Facebook that I am writing this blog. I had kept it to myself and close friends. I was nervous about putting my writing out there, but the whole point is to get it out there, get some readers and help people. My brother, Andy read it and got in touch setting me a challenge of how I can to help him with simple fitness and eating habits with the aim of losing one stone. He is not in particularly great shape and like many, he works long hours, has a lengthy commute and has 2 children. So finding time is his main problem. Continue reading “Habits – Helping out my brother”