When You Need to Have No Goals

By Dr. Haley Perlus on January 13, 2017 , categorized in Health

Train better

I was in Costa Rica and, while I was going for a run, an idea popped into my head that I’d like to share with you. In some ways, this idea is both unorthodox and against the regular teachings of sport psychology. In other ways, this idea helps us to develop two of the greatest mental strengths – being present and positive.

As important as it is to set goals and have something to strive for, it is also vital to create opportunities where we can simply experience the moment – whatever it brings to us.

After you’ve watched this quick 2 minute video, choose a time this week to just go like I did. Let your feet guide you and you’ll be amazed at what you will experience!

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Dr. Haley Perlus

Dr. Haley Perlus is a freelance writer and regular contributor to Vega’s Expert Panel. With a Ph.D. in Sport and Exercise Psychology, M.S. in Sport Pedagogy, and numerous fitness and coaching certifications, Dr. Perlus is an expert at empowering athletes of all types and health enthusiasts achieve peak results. An adjunct professor at the University of Colorado, international speaker, former Alpine ski racer, appointed Industry Leader for IHRSA.org, and author including soon-to-be-released The One Minute Dietand Guidebook to Gold, Dr. Perlus helps people reach their highest standard of performance. For a free chapter of one of her books visit www.DrHaleyPerlus.com