My eight-year-old son’s comment to the Super Bowl game last night. “The Seahawks must have practiced harder.”
Hall of Fame American Basketball coach John Wooden believed games were won in practice and preparation. The game was just an extension of what they had already perfected.
I’m not trying to analyze the game last night by any means. It’s the comment by my eight year old that brings a great teaching moment into play.
Ask yourself some questions today.
What am I doing to be better at my craft?
What new things have I learned lately that make me better than I was yesterday, last week, last month, or last year?
Lastly and most important questions.
How can I improve today?
Just taking the time to read this post is a step in the right direction. Just like Oliver Wendell Holmes said, “Man’s mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.”
Today’s Your Victory Day!!