Road to Ironman 9-11: What is Your Finish Line?
Last weekend I raced Boulder Ironman 70.3 to prepare for my big 140.6-mile Ironman race in Wisconsin. How can you ensure you will perform and do your best when you hit the start line for a big race, job interview, important sales presentation, or investor pitch?
The trick is to make the task or challenge less intimidating. Make the finish line and goal simple, manageable, and achievable. Even 140.6 miles is achievable when you break it down into small steps, or don't put extra pressure on yourself by picking a finish time that may be tough to hit.
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