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- Make The Connection Between Present Action And Future Outcome
- One Stroke At A Time
- Don't Waste Mental Energy Asking Yourself If You CAN Do Something--Just Do It
Adventure | Environmentalism | Motivation | Personal Development | Sports
Rowing an ocean is more about strength of mind than strength of muscle. How do you hold it together when the going gets tough?
Roz Savage has faced some major challenges during her solo rowing voyages--across the Atlantic in 2005 and from San Francisco to Hawaii in 2008--and has had plenty of time to figure out how to rise to them. Her ocean odysseys have yielded frequent "a-ha" moments, when she has learned a new life lesson, enabling her to add another tool to her psychological toolkit.
These concepts will resonate with anybody facing their own challenge--whether it be meeting a sales target, shedding a few unwanted pounds, raising a family, or any of the other goals that push us outside our comfort zone.
Roz Savage freely shares the lessons she's learned with others through her blog, books, and motivational presentations.
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