In 1954 at the Empire Games in Vancouver B.C. (now known as the Commonwealth Games) marathoner Jim Peters had a huge lead on the rest of the field.
However thinking that competitors were right behind, he pushed himself way to hard and he collapsed in the stadium only yards from the finish line and lost the race. He later admitted that he should have slowed down near the end and cruised in to victory instead of going all out.
So what does that have to do with Dinarians today? The fact is that most of us have been in this marathon called The Dinar for quite a long time, and we now can see that we are entering the stadium to complete that final lap to victory.
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However there is a huge amount of “Intel” out there that is telling us that it is happening “Today” or “Tomorrow” or “Next Week” or “Certainly after the 15 day ultimatum given to Maliki.”
The problem is that the more we listen to this, the more it pushes us to emotionally sprint faster and faster knowing that we are entering the stadium.
However, unlike a marathon where we know where the finish line is, in this race all we know is that we’ve entered the stadium and we are not quite sure how many laps around the track we will need to take until we cross the finish line.
I implore all of you in the Dinar Community to continue to treat this as a marathon and not a sprint to the finish line.
Be excited that we are at the end, but be prepared to run a few extra laps until the finish line is put in front of us. Is that finish line next week? In June? In September?
There is not one single person in this investment who knows that answer, so since that is the case slow down, pace yourself, and know that it doesn’t matter how fast you cross the finish line, just that you make sure you cross it in the end.