Patrick Fellows is a 5 time Ironman, TEDx giving, 32 miles swimming, endurance coaching, healthy cooking, entrepreneur and musician.  Born in Dearborn, MI, raised in Mississippi and a Louisianian for 30 years, 



It’s on the days that we put on races that I’m most challenged to add writing to the day. The first 8-10 hours are spent going 90 to nothing and then my brains are mostly fried. These would be the days I almost don’t get it done. Almost. 

I know that I repeat myself a lot. It’s mostly because I think of the same things a lot and need to hear the lesson over and over again. Ergo, I think we all do. If there’s 3-6 themes running through all of these posts, the one i think about the most is starting. Again and again. 

This isn’t just about “starting to write” every day.  It is definitely related, but it’s more than that. It’s about constantly getting back at it. 

Learning how to look at our daily lives and take stock of where we did well and where we ultimately fell short is great. What’s greater is agreeing to fix it the next day. Yes. It may be something you’ve had to start multiple times, and you may have to over and over, especially if it’s something you struggle with. The small win is always starting again. Always. 

So it’s Sunday. Take a look back at the things you thought you were going to tackle last week or something you only did so-so. 

Tomorrow’s Monday. The perfect Startday. 


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