I was out on my bike around 11:30 this morning. It was cold and there were a few raindrops and it was windy. (grrrr) And since I was all suited up, I kept riding anyway. I ride because I love it, but also because I can. My knee is feeling better, my work allows me this privilege and one day I'm going to be able to keep up with my husband.
I came upon a hill I usually grimace on. And then I had that "light bulb" moment. Attack on the hills, is what they call it. The best cyclists in the Tour, the Giro or the Vuelta attack on the hills. Not when it's easy, but when it's the hardest. It's what the best train for.
It's really so simple and powerful at the same time. In life and in business you work the hardest when it IS the hardest. You do everything you can the best way you know how and then you give it over to the Universe. I can't explain in detail,it might dilute the concept, but when you know it, stuff just falls into place.
I've been spending too much time alone, over analyzing, fretting about a number of things. My head is much clearer now. So, a heartfelt thanks to some of my real and cyber friends, Rebecca, Katie, John, Noelle, Rach, Adam , Cat and my lovely husband who rides like the wind, and has the uncanny knack of changing the subject in just the right way at just the right time.