Always Do Your Part--You'll Never Regret It

Today's Empowering Quote

"I've never known a man worth his salt who in the long run,
deep down in his heart, didn't appreciate the grind, the
discipline... I firmly believe that any man's finest hour--
greatest fulfillment to all he holds dear-- is that moment
when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies
exhausted on the field of battle victorious."
--Vince Lombardi

Today's Empowering Question

"Why should I try hard today?"

Today's Fast Session

Well I can't hope to say it any better than that master
motivator above, but I'll just add a few feelings about
what he said.

Raising children allows us to see the feelings that most
adults have when asked to do something difficult, but who,
with years of practice as adults, hide the fact that we're
bummed out about having to do it. Boy, you can see the
physiology of a child change immediately, can't you? They
can't believe their rotten misfortune at having to do this
task. We adults hide it better...sometimes.

And I'll bet you grumble sometimes too. I know I do.
Yes, yes. Don't be shocked. We ALL do it to varying
degrees, don't we?

But as is one of the major themes throughout your daily
messages, life's not about just playing and doing selfish
things that makes it valuable; it's the giving and the
sacrifice that puts your mark on this world. Soon you'll
be gone. There won't be any more "You" to worry about.

Those of you who still drive while you're wasted won't
like this story.

A few years ago, my wife and I were coming home from
seeing a movie, and we got behind a person who was
completely bombed out of their mind. Stopping in the
middle of a busy 3-lane highway, swerving all over, barely
missing dozens of cars... who all just drove by, getting
where they were going.

It was about 12:00 on a Saturday night, by the way. It
happened to be Prom night for a lot of local high schools.

I couldn't bear the thought of seeing the next day's
headlines about a group of teenagers killed by a drunk

I followed this person for about four miles and saw 35-40
very close calls with other cars. The 911 operator was on
the cell phone with me the whole time until the cops showed
up. The person didn't even pull over until he/she drove
another quarter mile, driving about 5 miles per hour with
the police car right behind them, lights a blazing!

Now, I had other things I wanted to do at that time (like
getting some sleep!), but someone probably would've gotten
killed without me following back a ways with my flashers
on, warning other motorists to be careful as they
approached this lunatic at 65-70 MPH, with him/her doing 0-

I never got a thank you from anyone, but I saw it as my
duty, even if it wasn't in the plans.

My wife was scared as heck throughout the whole thing. I
sounded like a basketball play-by-play announcer while on
the phone with the 911 operator. "Oh, just missed them!
But he'll have another chance in a second. Ooooh!"

Quite a show.

I guess the message today is, do your part. Sacrifice.
Help someone else that needs it. Put your shoulder down
and work. It's good practice for the times when you'll
REALLY need all the determination you can muster. Try as
hard as you can at every moment.

Soon enough you'll be where you dream of being. You won't
get home any sooner just because you're thinking about it

Thanks, Vince. You were right...

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Today's Empowering Beliefs To
Help Control Your Thoughts

If you want to change your life fast, even though it might
seem like it's slow, then take the statements below, put
them on index cards and read them 3 times/day. Morning,
noon and just before you close your eyes at night.

They'll seep into your consciousness. And since you'll be
saying them so often, you'll soon begin to believe them.
That's how most beliefs start. Spaced repetition of thought.
Your attitudes will then positively change your emotions,
and you'll be compelled to do more... And you'll love it.

If you own Think Right Now for Windows, just paste them
into the appropriate file or make a new one -AND read them
three times per day. Think Right Now For Windows will help
put this re-scripting in overdrive.


-- Today I'm putting my best effort in everything I do
-- I enjoy my work, no matter what I'm doing
-- I see my obligations as life's cost of admission - and
I'm happy to pay it
-- I enjoy the thrill of victory after a job well done

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