Visualize the goal and then reach the goal

On this page is my latest achievement in cycling. A number of days ago, I took part in the Halton GranFondo, it was a 140-kilometre ride that took just short of six hours. In all honestly, I hadn’t been riding that much this summer and there are many other things ongoing that require more of my attention, but this was a weekend I had been looking forward to for months. The ride itself could not have gone better, and the weather cooperated. For those of my cycling friends who read this blog, you can follow me on Strava or Garmin to get even more metrics.

The important thing here that I quickly touch on is the concept of positive visualization. When you think or believe that you are able to accomplish sustainability (in home, community, city, etc.), there will most definitely be a way forward and obstacles become tests along the way that galvanizes your ideals. In addition to positive visualization, you draw on your past experiences with similar circumstances and situations to educate yourself on possible troubles ahead and devise potential solutions. This way, you are not bogged down by every single problem and you don’t lose momentum. I know this sounds like a whole lot of bull but I am still riding an endorphin high from the ride and I feel it is a note that need to spit out and post immediately.

As this is the first posting of the old-but-new site, please everyone, take a moment to comment and give suggestions on the way forward to leedingthoughts.com

Eaton.

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About eatonkwan

Engineer by profession, interests lie in environmental development, LEED and sustainable development.
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