HOW TO BE A CHAMPION.
Nobody is born a champion but being born to be a champion is different. We are all born to be champions. The only problem is if we want to be so then the problem is being positive and having the willpower to go for it. We all start out equal. It is important to have a coach, teacher, guide and family to support you. As you grow up your mentors advice will be positive not negative.
Being negative is the opposite to being a champion. It does not matter what you want to be a champion at in life. Just being positive and putting in the hard yards is the answer. I have respect for all champions but the ones that I like best are the Para Olympians. They are the best at beings Champions in this world. With all their handicaps it is a fact that they never give up.
Many people have an accident and are told they have very little future in walking. Defying all the odds with a positive attitude their efforts get them on their feet proving that they are real champions. The majority of people in the world are negative as everything is too hard, too much effort, too cold and too everything. We all need mentors, coaches and supporters through out our lives.
Support and encouragement is essential in all parts of life. No champions have done it on their own. Always encourage everybody to have a go at anything in life. Keep going and never give up as just over the next hill in life is a championship. SO and SO up the road has just made a million $ in his job. “GREAT” he did not give up $10.00 short.
Your goal in life is to meet it which will make you a champion. BE POSITIVE AND NEVER GIVE UP.
for your time, Tom Short.
Lets be happy……………
Joe was known as a stingy bastard, so when he
died it quickly went around town that Joe’s will provided £30,000 for
an elaborate funeral.
As the last guests departed the affair, his wife, Helen, turned to her oldest friend.
“Well, I’m sure Joe would be pleased,” she said.
“You told me about the £30,000 in the will,” replied her friend Jodie, who lowered her voice and leaned in close. “But how much did this really cost?”
“All of it,” said Helen. “Thirty thousand!”
“No!” Jodie exclaimed. “I mean, it was very nice, but £30,000?”
“The funeral was £6,500,” Helen answered. “The wake, food and drinks were another £1,000. The rest went for the memorial stone.”
Jody computed quickly. “Wait; £22,500 for a memorial stone? My God, how big is it?!”
Helen held up her hand: “Three and a half carats.”
I hope you will become a Champion.