Belittling: means to put down or to make another person feel as though they aren’t important or didn’t do something noteworthy.
Your effort is your effort alone.
Just because you may have ridden less mileage, less elevation, or maybe even less technical terrain or “easier” trails, doesn’t mean that you did any “less” than someone else.
You rode what you rode.
You rode YOUR ride.
In this episode, I share four things you can do when you find yourself belittling your efforts.
Here are some other episodes on mindset that are worth listening to:
- 83. How to Be Consistent
- 81. How to Handle Comparing Yourself to Others
- 72. What if You Don’t Want to Race?
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