Monday, October 15, 2012

Pushing Past Your Limits

Ever have a moment at which time at which you just can’t go any further? Whether it's exhaustion or fatigue, in work or on the bike, you are exhausted and your body says "no more?" 
But does that mean you've hit your limit or is there more? Is our ability to achieve success limited?
Our self-limiting beliefs impact our business perspectives, the way we view personal relationships, and our day-to-day attitude towards achieving what you want for yourself. What you believe about “possibilities” has a direct impact on how likely you are to push past your limits.
That’s the secret to pushing past your limits. Work harder. Work with more focus. If you believe that the only thing that limits you is how hard you are willing work then there is nothing that you can’t do. You can do anything that you are willing to work for.
Not because of your college degree, what’s on your resume, or who you know but because of your relentless obsession with doing what is hard and unpleasant.

Work hard and push past your limits.

For those of you who live in California....

In my last posting, I urged all of you to get involved in the cycling advocacy programs in your states as is pertains to MAP-21. I received word that the State's audit of departments has designated the  Office of Community Planning as non-essential since the department should have completed the Complete Streets Initiative by now.

Complete Streets is the guiding principle for the State's transportation infrastructure system to integrate active transportation, including public transit, walking, cycling and ADA access. And the work is not complete, something the state audit department doesn't realize.

We need to act now to save the Office of Community Planning and ensure implementation of Complete Streets.  Please sign-on to the California Walks statement to save the Office of Community Planning and to ensure implementation of Complete Streets.

The deadline is Monday, October 15, 2012 at 5 pm PDT. Let's lend our support to those who are leading the cycling advocacy efforts.

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