Running a marathon taught me that it is possible to do something I have put off for over two decades. I have learned to be braver, even if I have to fake it until I believe it. Running a marathon taught me that I can do anything.
As habitual quitter, you know that it’s not day one the that’s hard. It’s the next day, and the day after, and the rest of the days that you are trying to change. You know, because you have had a lot of day ones.
The longer that you’ve eaten the lies which have become your truth, the harder it becomes to change… to shift, to believe that you can.