You don’t score touchdowns by worrying about how far you have to move the ball. You put points on the board by focusing on an objective, seeing yourself where you want to be – then hauling ass to get there. You don’t complain when times are tough. Nor do you expect anyone or anything else to do the job for you – but you willingly and graciously accept help when it comes. Sometimes help comes in mysterious ways, so be open to it. Even so, remember what Dan Gable told me in the fall of 1984, “Don’t expect God to get you out of bed in the morning.”
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