I know what you're thinking. You're not the type of person who starts tribes. You're more of a lone wolf. You prefer to run by yourself, and you don't need anyone else's support.
I'm here to challenge that notion. All it takes is the courage to express your passion, and others who resonate with that passion will follow. When the right people come together - not necessarily because they believe in what you do, but why you do it - a tribe is formed.
This is my tribe.
The anticipation of our Wednesday morning training sessions has become the highlight of my week. The night before, I meticulously line up my gear, plan the session in detail, and am filled with genuine excitement to "hang out" while pushing myself to run harder, farther, and with more passion than I ever would on my own.
Wednesday is the day I run with the "Tewantin Runners," a group that I realized this morning has already become my tribe. And with a bit more courage to share our collective passion, I am confident it will grow.
To the moon! :D