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Friyaaaaay, 23 April 2021


**“It takes as much energy to wish, as it does to plan.” – Eleanor Roosevelt**

The term “wishful thinking” is a bit of a broken statement. It’s the creation of an elaborate vision, a goal or something we want to reach… but without a plan.

What Eleanor Roosevelt suggests in her quote is to stop day-dreaming, and bring those goals into reality through action steps. And if we can do that, we quickly remind ourselves that we are literally problem-solving-machines. Things kick into gear, and we surprise ourselves. We’ll say things like, “well, that wasn’t so bad” or “that was actually easier than I thought!”

Ever have a hard time starting to clean the house? The trick everyone knows... is to just start.

To take that actual first step, and create momentum.

Let’s reinforce this in our minds:

We weren’t made to wish.

We were made to act.


"Crew Neck"

**For Time**


Kettlebell Bent Over Rows (53/35)

Push Jerks (135/95)

Run 400m


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