"At the end of the game, the king and the pawn go back in the same box." -unknown While we live to make moves on this earth, I think sometimes we forget that one day we will die. I say that because we tend to hold ourselves back from the risks in life that could … Continue reading Mile 69: I’m only talking about chess. Are you ready to be great!
When I read this parable I knew that I stumbled unto something amazing. This reveals in the clear way that stories usually do, what the true mastery of your talent is. Check it out. I found the story here. Author is unknown. SKILL & MIND After winning several archery contests, the young and rather boastful … Continue reading Mile 69: You want to know the difference between sports talent and mental talent? (Parable)
If I gave you a choice to do either 1) something that you know you can accomplish confidently or 2) something you've never done before and know of its impossibility, while in front of the entire world, which would you rather choose? I've found that there's a massive amount of people who would choose number … Continue reading Mile 69: What will you lose if you miss this perspective?
“Man, I’m not going anywhere,” he mumbled as he jerked the bed sheet back over his entire body. This was only Jeremy’s fourth day on the farm and already he hated it. Being a city kid, he hadn’t gotten used to waking up at 4am to tiredly tend to animals and do boring manual labor. … Continue reading Mile 68: A MUST READ for Athletes and Coaches (A JOC short story)
When I ask athletes what memory is, they almost always say "it's when I recall events from my past." Is that how you see it too? I believe that's only partially accurate. Allow me to question this understanding a little. Isn't it true that memory is both a storage place and the process of accessing … Continue reading Mile 68: How to use your memory to help you perform at your PEAK (3 Tips)
As a Christian, I get frustrated with speakers who use the phrase "God is judging" or "God will bring judgment" as a means of trying to change people's behavior. They may have good intentions believing that a "good" behavior is missing from our society (you know, the end justifies the means). But, Sincerity isn't a … Continue reading Mile 68: A MAJOR truth of the Christian Perspective