Awhile back I heard about a couple of brothers who wrote a book. I think the name of the book was "Do Hard Things". I never read it or looked into it. I just think the title, and the philosophy behind it is cool.
"Do Hard Things" is a great motto, or even a life purpose. Most of the time that's not how we are. I'm not judging, just saying. Depending on your personal strengths and talents some things may be harder or easier for you than others.
How about that Ida Keeling? What you never heard of Ida? Me either not till today. Mrs. Keeling ran the 100 yard dash on April 30th. She finished dead last out of a pack of nine runners. She is freeking awesome and she has my vote for athlete of the year. I'm not kidding.
Ida Keeling is 100 years old and didn't even start running until she was 67. She set the worlds record for the 100 yard dash for her age group, 1:17. Incredible!
She's got more than 50 years on me. I don't think I could do a 100 yard dash in 1:17 if it was downhill and there was a double-bacon pizza waiting for me at the end.
Do. Hard. Things! INDEED!