R4R started with the goal of saving one life from suicide, as many times as possible.
On Wednesday night, we heard from Heidi Prowse (CEO of MIEACT), that two people had told her that R4R helped saved their lives.
Knowing this humbles me beyond words but makes me proud of how our community has continued to rally around the importance of resilience.
It also inspires me to do more.
So whilst we’ll maintain that goal of saving one life from suicide, as many times as possible, what else can we aim for? Are there other ways we can try achieve this goal that we’re not already doing?
As much as I hate to reference the New Zealand All Blacks, they are arguably the most successful team in the history of sports, so there’s some lessons to be learnt. A mantra they have is:
“when you’re on top of your game, change your game”
So I guess the question could be; how can we change the way we’re doing things, even if only a tiny amount, to achieve our goal better?
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We didn't achieve the "as many times as possible" bit. And to achieve the MISSION of "saving one life from suicide, as many times as possible" I think we need to set runner and subscriber goals.
We should set a goal for 200+ runners per Wednesday, 75+ on a Friday, and 500 rag subscribers by the end of the year.