It’s Never Too Late to Achieve Your Goals
It’s February –too late to set goals for the year, right? Wrong!
Canadian Jaring Timmerman started swimming at age 79 and swam 50 meters twice a week to train. On Jan. 25, 2014, he set a new world record as a Masters swimmer – at the age of 104!
When doctors told him to stop because he had torn ligaments in his shoulder, he just changed his stroke and kept going.
His son said, “I think always having a goal and helping him achieve something probably has given him longevity.”
Jaring Timmerman is a peak performer.
He understands that there is nothing more rewarding than having a vision, setting a goal to reach that vision, and focusing in to make the vision a reality.
Peak Performers like Jaring Timmerman live each day with a sense of clarity, confidence, purpose and passion. Why?
Because they have learned the art of visioning and goal setting to:
- Decide what is important in their life
- Decide what they want to achieve
- Separate what is important from what is irrelevant
- Be motivated
- Facilitate their ability to benchmark progress
- Gain self-confidence as the goals become reality
Start setting your goals today and train to make them a reality – the same way that Jaring Timmerman did.
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