What Triathlon Taught Me about Creativity, Learning, & Achievement

10 thoughts on “What Triathlon Taught Me about Creativity, Learning, & Achievement”

  1. Me too, loving your writing, you’re refreshingly original. Endurance is indeed an attitude, whether its me slowly plod-jogging up a hill or getting to the end of a novel chapter!

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  2. I totally LOVE this post. You have written so eloquently what I could not have put into words myself – I too have many interests , I don’t feel the need to be ‘perfect’ in any one discipline because I do things for the enjoyment of them.
    That’s not to say I don’t try to do things as best I can because I do. I too have competed in sport and enjoyed winning but the process of getting there was about enjoyment rather than anything else.
    I enjoy many interests because my personality is not one dimensional.
    Great post – thank you for sharing those insights 😉

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    1. Thank you! 🙂 I tend to do a lot of things simply for the enjoyment of them, too, and you’re right, that doesn’t mean we don’t work really hard when we have goals! Especially when you have many interests, the process can be the hardest part!

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