See it. Feel it. Do it. How I ran a thousand marathons before I even hit the starting line

See It. Feel it. Do It. Visualising success

One of favourite movies of all time is The Commitments. A gritty, endearing, and often hilarious tale about a rag-tag group of soul musicians striving for success in working-class Dublin. [NOTE: This is an archived post from an older blog, originally published on October 24th, 2012] Undoubtedly my favourite scenes throughout the whole film involve the band’s ambitious young manager role-playing […]

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Hitting the one hour mark – A weight off my mind

Running

Isn’t it wonderful how the brain can sometimes remove itself from the body? [Note: This is an archived post taken from One Small Step, a blog I wrote during my training for the 2012 London Marathon] I don’t necessarily mean in any kind of New Age spiritual way, more the way that your mind can completely wander […]

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