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Just get on the bike.

Just get on the bike.

This one trick pretty much solves most issues.

We have mountain bikes for a month. A test period as we take a mountain biking workshop (who knew?).

Let’s do the math:

  1. I didn’t feel like going outdoors.
  2. My son didn’t feel like moving at all.

Let’s see, that’s 0 + 0 enthusiasm. That totals up to 0. Hmm.

Just get on the bike.

There’s not big psychology behind it. No special tricks. No hidden cameras. No bribes, candy or even rewards.

“We’re just going.”

It’s really as simple as that. In most things. You just decide to do it. After a while, you don’t even have to decide any longer as you just do it. You know you’re going to do it, so just do it. If you have to say something like, “Well, let’s just get it over with.” Then say then. Then just get on the bike and go.

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Bradley

I don't like to call them excuses. They're priorities. With a handful of exceptions, we usually have a choice in our actions. They just need to be prioritized.

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