I was delighted to have had a book review done on my Winning Strategies Workbook in So Let’s Go Running (issue 66).
Reviewed by Michaela Halse
Life is a journey. Every little element of life is a journey, from putting the kettle on to make a cup of tea, putting the tea bag in the cup, waiting for the kettle to boil and then pouring the boiling water into your mug, and then adding milk and sugar (to taste), to the larger life events such as buying a house, or having a baby, or choosing your child‟s school. Every action starts with a decision (conscious or not) to begin a process and finishes with the end result, whatever that may be.
Some of these processes are so natural to us that we do them without thinking and they comprise tiny elements of our day, such as making a cup of tea, or having a shower, or making the bed. Others are life changing and we carry them out very consciously because their outcome will have a massive impact on our lives.
So, what would it be like to live a life without any goals or aspirations? To aimlessly drift? Sometimes it‟s good for us to do this, and we take holidays to get away from the pressure of everyday life, to relieve ourselves from the stress of deadlines and the expectations on us to achieve and produce a tangible end result to whatever it is we are working on, whether that‟s a self-imposed target, or something demanded of us by others, such as our boss, or our parents or some other authority.
Holidays are great and we all need a break. But to live a life totally without structure, without goals, without aspirations, without routine and without expectations is unrealistic, unhealthy and ultimately impossible.
So, how do we focus on our goals? …
Read the full review here: WS Review – So Lets Go Running iss 66