Today’s message is especially dedicated to Carolyn McCann and Rick Weiss of Princeton Living Well.

Yesterday I was at Communiversity in Princeton promoting my book, “Game. Set. Life.” It was a beautiful day and as a blogger on the Princeton Living Well wellness website, I was invited by Director, Carolyn McCann and founder, Rick Weiss to participate in this great event. (See photo above)

One of the keys I talk about in my book is staying in the present – focusing on the process instead of the product. This is a secret that all the greatest athletes in history have used. And guess what? It doesn’t just have to do with sports.

A friend of Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross, once reminded her of an especially cruel thing that had been done to her years before. But Miss Barton seemed not to recall it.
“Don’t you remember it?” her friend asked.
“No,” came the reply. “I distinctly remember forgetting it.”

When the match is over, whether it was a win or a loss, learn from it.

Then forget about it.

Thanks for reading.



Stay focused on the task at hand.

It doesn’t matter where you’ve been.

Don’t worry about the past.

Don’t worry about the future.

The power is in the present.

Ed Tseng will be at Communiversity today from 12:30pm-4:30pm in Downtown Princeton @ the Princeton Living Well Booth (in front of Olive’s Deli on Witherspoon Street) Come on by and say hi – signed copies of “Game. Set. Life.” will be available.