Babies are not content to stay on their backs, they learn to turn over and to eventually walk and then run. They don't have a strategy. They don't know they have goals. But they do. And you do too. Your desire may be hidden in your subconscious or you get a glimpse when the thought crosses your mind that you would like to be able to do that beautiful line or climb as well as that person who gracefully completed that route.
It Must Be Fun, It Must Fit YOU
The most important ingredient is that it must make you smile... it must be fun, engaging and maybe social if that is your thing.
A plan that is simply more hard work will take a great deal of energy without offering to refill the cup. The cup needs refilling.
Refilling the cup gives you the ojas, the vital energy to stick to the plan, to work harder, to reconnect to the goal and the potential for success.
If it isn't fun, or if it doesn't fit your schedule, you won't do it. This is why most fitness facilities put class offerings around the noon time or right after work - it is easier and more likely you can fit it in. This is why most folks join a studio based on location, not the teacher... it has to be as disruptive to other activities as possible. So too must whatever strategy you put in place. It must be doable.
Then you need a plan. This is where a coach or someone working in the same direction that you are can be helpful. They can help you outline a process, a plan. Join me for the Climbing Strategy Workshop on Sunday December 1, 2019 at 10:30 am Atlantic time. Interested? Check out the offering page or contact me - firstname.lastname@example.org