Goal Rush

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Something I love so much about goal setting is the rush of adrenaline you get when you set something that feels impossible, but there’s part of you that believes you can do it – and that voice suddenly becomes louder than the voice that says you can’t do it. And then you come down off that high, and you think, ‘Am I crazy?’ and there’s a dark cloud of questioning if you can do it. The voice that says you can’t is there. But no matter how loud the voice that says you can’t is, the voice that says you can will always be there.

I’ve just experienced that adrenaline-fuelled rush of setting an impossible goal. It’s so delicate, so recently born into my mind, it’s too fragile to share with you right now. But when it grows into a small, but sturdily formed idea, I will share it.

All I can say now is that my heart is pounding with excitment and anticipation for what could be.

Do you ever feel that way about goal setting too? Or is it just me?