Getting Back On Track Again

The cycle of life and the patterns we keep to whether you like it or not. Break the chains and forcing yourself into a new gear.

The squirrel gets on track annually before winter by gathering nuts in May

A lot of people deal with what comes up when it comes up and like insects these people burrow and hover around all sorts of stuff. Unlike the squirrel our example Seth Brundle is always trying to change and no matter how many sequels he still insists on doing the same things. The audience grows to expect these mistakes. The squirrel runs on natural instincts. If you are pedalling away and finding the same obstacles keep sending you into summersaults you can learn a lot from a squirrel. This might just be the best oppurtunity to get to making some change and breaking that unlucky loop in the three minute mile.

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