Roger Bannister is an inspiration to me and should be an inspiration to all who know his name.
He was a middle-distance runner in the 1950’s and the first man to run a mile in under 4 minutes. He did this while many people were telling him all the things that could go wrong running a mile that fast.
I am sure it took a ton of preparation physically and mentally, but anything that is worth achieving will take that kind of preparation. He inspired other runners to do the same and many runners did.
Roger Bannister did not let limiting beliefs stop him, and he made no excuses. He went to work.
Can you imagine how hard he had to push himself? Can you imagine if he had let doubts creep too far into his mind as he ran that mile that day? He stayed focused on the goal that he wanted.
His focus was incredibly powerful that day. His preparation had to be incredibly focused as well.
How exactly should this inspire us? To stay away from self pity…
Roger Bannister proved that he could control his mind, emotions, and body to accomplish an incredible feat.
Whatever goal, developing personal freedom for one, you may have in mind…the only one holding you back is you. The only one holding me back is me. The only person holding any given person back is that person.
It will likely take time, planning, and some trial and error to reach the hard goal you set. Accept those facts and do what it takes to get there.
Our brains and bodies have so much potential that we don’t ever truly realize. Don’t you think it’s worth it to push hard enough to reach a worthwhile goal? Wouldn’t you say it’s worthwhile to develop personal freedom into your own life?
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