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You probably won’t be aware, but this is blog number 2,153.

I’ve written one of these bad boys every week day since late 2012.

Over the years we’ve done several thousand videos too – between the page, the app, our member’s only group, lives, etc.

Hundreds of podcasts.

A huge amount of what they call ‘content’ nowadays.

All bit sized chunks of course.

From our experience, that’s what makes the bigger difference.

Slowly helping people change the conversation that’s going on between their ears.

As that’s what drives their actions, behaviours, habits and results.

A few minutes a day out of 1,440.

But we get it can seem a lot sometimes.

It’s easy for it to have been a few days since someone has read a blog, watched a video, etc.

Or longer.

And it feels like there’s all this stuff that we’ve missed.

That we need to catch up on.

It’s tempting to feel “I can’t keep up”.

When there’s loads of things in the members group we haven’t seen………..

To not look in there at all.

We get it.

But, as with most things, it’s worth questioning.

It’s not a race.

We’re not trying to out perform anyone else.

Whether than be in distance and speed or in proportion of blogs read or videos watched.

If someone has done ‘more’ of them, that’s neither here or there.

If we haven’t done as many as we, theoretically, could have, that doesn’t matter either.

We can just engage with some.

We may decide to ‘catch up’ to some degree.

We may just carry on from where we are.

It’s not a race.

It’s a journey.

We’re out on that ‘gentle jog’ of life.

Speeding up and slowing down as circumstances dictate.

Not stopping because “I can’t keep up”.

Much love,

Jon ‘Rubbish at keepy uppies’ Hall

Jon Hall
Jon Hall

When not helping people to transform their lives and bodies, Jon can usually be found either playing with his kids or taxi-ing them around. If you'd like to find out more about what we do at RISE then enter your details in the box to the right or bottom of this page or at myrise.co.uk - this is the same way every single one of the hundreds who've described this as "one of the best decisions I've ever made" took their first step.