Quote Of The Day
“Setting goals can be like solving a maths problem; you know the solution you want to get to and the answer that will satisfy you.”
“Still it’s always better to work through the process rather than to try to jump ahead and miss something that could leave you retracing your steps and sometimes even having to wipe the slate clean.”
– Olympic 5,000 silver medalist Sonia O’Sullivan using a math analogy to remind Olympic hopefuls that skipping steps and overdoing things in a bid for an Olympic glory may not work. She should know. In 1996, as an Olympic favorite, she ended up a DNF. In 2000, coming back from injury, she got silver. Get more wisdom from O’Sullivan below:
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