Throw Hard


I am not a sports person, per se, but I always seem to explain my difficult work day by comparing it to a baseball pitcher. And, since baseball season is almost here, I thought I'd share it with you. 

A pitcher warms up in the bullpen. In other words, he doesn't just sit in the dugout until it's time for him to pitch; he needs to warm up his arm first. On days that my schedule is particularly difficult, my need to stay in the bullpen lengthens.

At some point—though—you've got to go out on the field and throw the first pitch. The game can't be won from the dugout.

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Hot Mess

I've had to up my reading time lately. I'm not a fast reader, so it can be a challenge. The way I get the job done, though, is I read the minute I get up in the morning. And, I usually read for about 30 minutes. 

So, the book that's got me mesmerized right now was written by Gay Hendricks. The book is called The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level. 

All I can say is, get this book if you know you want to move forward—but for some reason—you just can't seem to do it. You will find the answer in this book. Guaranteed!

I've taken a picture of my copy of Gay's book. It's a hot mess! (If you click on the image, I put a link to Amazon for you.)

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Being Afraid

How will you know when you've whipped that big, bad ego? You'll know when you no longer feel fearful. Remember. Your ego isn't bad, it's just afraid.

That's my message for this week. Nice and short. I feel like a bunch of my previous posts were so long. So, I figured it's nice to mix it up.

Gentle reminder
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