When do you ride?

by | Jan 17, 2019 | Powerful Paragraphs | 0 comments

You ride a bike but drive a car. You might get a ride to work, but then you aren’t doing the hard part of driving. You drive a point home, but you ride a wave of emotion or momentum. Riding implies that you’re having fun, engaged in a harmonious way with the elements around you, and you’re going someplace.

How do you create more opportunities to ride in your weeks?

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