You can bet your bottom dollar that all the athletes taking part are firmly focused on their medal goals and doing everything in their power to be winners.
There’s a lot you can do in 21 days, too, to get a task achieved that you’ll be really satisfied about. Something that pushes you out of your comfort zone, perhaps. How about…
– finally writing that strategy paper you never seem to get the head space to think about
– taking a deep breath and improving your relationship with a difficult colleague
– giving a totally ‘wow’ talk to campaigners to motivate them for action over the summer?
In fact, 21 days is a perfect amount of time to set a challenging new goal and get there with flying colours. It just takes focus and commitment, a big dose of self belief and a daily plan of action.
So, what will you do?
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