Thank God its Wednesday?
Now that’s just weird you say. And in a way,
I have to agree with you.
In the middle of a fight, it is hard to be
thankful. In fact, you don’t have time to do
anything except fight. And having been in
the martial arts ring for years earlier
in my life; I know that’s true. There are
certainly times that you better keep your
mind on the task a hand. Times that you
better not look any further, than the next
punch or you are likely to eat a fist
sandwich. That’s the voice of experience
Ok, so you are not into the
How about football? How
many times do
you see the receiver miss the
quarterback’s catch, because he started to
run BEFORE he securely caught the ball.
This always results in an incomplete
pass or a fumble.
So, I guess that is my Wednesday
message about making the most of your life.
Attend to the task at hand, keep your eye on
the ball, make the most of the moment in
front of you.
If you get a chance to catch your breath in
between rounds. If you get a chance to come
to the sideline between plays. Then be thankful,
for the strength you have to play the game.
You can’t beat the opponent, if you don’t
fight. You can’t catch the ball, if you don’t go out
for the pass. The automatic way to get a NO in
the sales game is not to ask for the business.
Get in the fight. Play your best game. Put first
things first. Do one thing well, before you do
something else. Give the task at hand your best
shot. You may still take a few punches, miss a
few passes & lose a few sales. But you sure are
not going to win the contest, if you don’t get in the
Thank God for the strength you have, give
the fight your best effort and watch out for that
incoming punch. Happy hump day!