Pushing Past Your Limits

August 2, 2013

Pushing Past Your Limits

You have your limits. You believe you know what they are, and you likely adhere to them. But what if you are limiting yourself with either your belief system or your biological system? What if you’ve misjudged your limits?

Have you tried pushing past your limits recently?

Pushing Past Your Limits

Julie Moss was a novice Ironman competitor in 1982. She was leading late in the race, but got severely dehydrated with only two miles to go. She finished the race by crawling over the finish line. Let the historic footage below from ABC Wide World of Sports inspire you.

With this kind of effort, what you might be capable of?

Julie Moss sets an example for pushing past your limits.

How might you make the impossible possible for yourself and your organization?

Reach your next peak

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