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Let's say your exciting new goal is to complete a triathlon this year—swimming, cycling, and running. What are some steps you will take to be successful?
You might start by focusing on why this race is important to you—that is, why you are planning to do it, given all the other goals you could establish and activities you could engage in. Then you might prioritize. For example, if you're already an accomplished cyclist and runner, you might decide that training as a swimmer is the top priority for you.
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