Just do it.
I love creating blog messages every morning, but sometimes I don’t know what I want to say. So I go over to possibly the biggest motivational library on the planet, aka, my family room (thank you Dr. Gilbert) and I choose a book to get me started.
People talk about writer’s block, but I don’t believe in that. Just start writing – it doesn’t have to be great to start but it will start to be great.
So just write.
Just do the dishes.
Just make that call.
Just do it.
Here are some great quotes from today’s book of choice, STRIVE TO EXCEL, The Will and Wisdom of VINCE LOMBARDI compiled by JENNIFER BRIGGS…
Success is not a sometime thing – it is an all-time thing.
Making the effort to improve as a human being is what Coach Lombardi was all about. He was able to see the gap between where we were and what we could become – both as football players and as people. And he felt it was his God-given responsibility to close that gap.
If you settle for nothing less than your best, you will be amazed at what you can accomplish in your life.
Second place is meaningless. You can’t always be first, but you have to believe you should have been – that you were never beaten – that time just ran out on you.
If he’d been a truck driver, he’d have given 100 percent there, too.
-LOU SPADIA, former San Francisco 49ers owner
So there you have it. I could have skipped Message #957 today, but I didn’t. I’m committed.
Exceptions shatter dreams. Besides, motivation is an action, not a feeling.
Have a great day everyone! Leave your comments or questions below.