One day, I biked 206 miles from Seattle to Portland.
The goal didn't start that same day. It was months earlier when I decided I was going to stand at the finish line with the accomplishment of biking further in one day than some do in a year.
I broke my training into small steps, biking 3 miles on the first ride. I worked consistently, adding more miles with each ride, and inching closer to my goal. I got stronger and built confidence. On the day of the event, I felt nervous but excited to meet the challenge. Ready to prove to myself I could do this.
I biked 206 miles in one day. I stood at the finish line, accomplished and confident I'd be able to tackle my next goal. It all started with one small step.
Don’t run from your next goal - start with one small step.