Change is slow

inchworm In marathon training, runners are told to add no more than 10% to their distance per week, a technique called progressive overload. More than that, and you risk injury.

It's easy to get impatient. The slow, incremental changes that come with both the habit of daily mileage and the gradual increase in miles can seem to take forever.

Change is slow. Focus on the step in front of you.

And you will learn about yourself. You will have slow change. You will help yourself and others through this change. You will find out what it’s really like when you put in the effort. You will find happiness in each step, in the learning you experience along the way.

Change is worth the effort, and the results aren’t what you fantasize about — they’re much better, if you pay attention.

Don't forget to celebrate the downhills