Something that is really important to me is being properly prepared for a workout. Shoes, hydration, and having a route in mind. Being detailed-orientated is great, but only if it does not become a distraction. Specifically, it does not need to be a perfect run. Running distances are something that I never feel total control over anyway. I do not know how long I will be on the road sometimes, and that's okay. What it really comes down to is that I want to have all the tools to know I can adapt and keep going. My point in writing this is that I want to be prepared enough to get out the door and take to the road. Ultimately, I want to be prepared to go further and harder.