Today’s message is especially dedicated to the great Maggie Charleroy in Minnesota.
When I wrote my first blog entry, I wasn’t thinking about #200. Doing anything 200 times takes some work, especially if you’re doing it every day. As I look back on the past 200 messages, my feeling is that they came fairly easily to me, for the most part.
There were some days that I was tired or out of town. Other days, I didn’t feel like blogging, but I wrote a message anyway.
Blogging is one of my favorite things to do…and I get to do it EVERY day. But I look at blogging as a metaphor for what life is.
What sport is.
What school is.
What business is.
What a relationship is.
See, I focused on one blog at a time. I enjoyed the process of blogging, so it came with ease. I was helping others, so I was fulfilled. I wrote one every day, regardless of the conditions, so I developed discipline and good habits. I pride myself on walking the talk. I don’t preach anything I don’t believe in. I won’t try to sell you something that may or may not work.
I have used my skills in tennis to become a tennis pro.
I have used my skills as a tenins pro to become a motivational speaker.
I have used my skills as a motivational speaker to become an author.
The beauty of what I do as a peak performance expert, is working with people from all walks of life. I have worked with athletes, businessmen and women, students, performers, police officers, psychologists, homeless, chefs, etc.
The principles I talk about daily apply to anyone and everyone.
Some days you may read my blog and say to yourself, “I already know this stuff.” That’s fine, but do yourself a favor and follow that up with this…
“Am I DOING it?”
Knowledge is nothing if you don’t do anything with it.
Thanks for reading.