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Most people who know me at all know I ride bicycles as much as I can because it helps my mind and my body and it's fun and challenging ๐Ÿ˜.

On this Sunday my amazing husband John Griffiths and I did a big high mountain ride with our friends Nick Knezevich and Mike.

๐Ÿ‘‰ 16.4 miles | 2,818 ft of climbing | 4,173 ft of gnarly - spicey descending | topped out at 12,486 ft of altitude

Today was my first time on this ride. It took me three years of suggestions to feel confident I could do the final descent. As you can imagine from that description, it's "a little" challenging.

1,400 ft of vert and 2.6 miles in Nick Knezevich and I stood there looking at the ribbon of trail extending into the distance, and he said: "WE ARE SO LUCKY"

THAT was my mindset moment of the day and what an impact it made ๐Ÿ™Œ

"WE ARE SO LUCKY" we reminded ourselves again after the final climb - before we dropped into the steep and sketchy final descent.

The entire ride was a ripper and I felt so proud ... and lucky ... to have ridden it with my crew.

When I got home tonight and was thinking of the work week ahead this notion of "mindset moment" came back to me. As my coach - SLG Impact

coach - Leslie Harris - says, "shift your perspective 12 degrees."

So, I thought I'd come here and share this little story with you to plant some mindset seeds for the week ahead. Think about it and GET AFTER IT!

๐Ÿ‘‰ What will your mindset moment be?

๐Ÿ‘‰ How can you shift your perspective even 12 degrees to create a different reality for yourself and others?

#mindset #work #coach #perspective #awareness #impact #evolve

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