It’s Opening Day. Play Ball!

Play ball!
Play ball!

Have you heard? Baseball is back! I’m a little distracted at the moment, so I’ll be back later in the week with another article. Yesterday was technically the start of Baseball with the Astros surprising defeat of the Rangers. But today, today is the day when all the fun begins because it’s Opening Day!!!!!! Let the hunt for October begin!

In the meantime, please take some time to read an older article of mine that you may not have read before. Enjoy! Happy Opening Day to you all!! More importantly, Happy Birthday to my Grandfather, Johnnie McDaniels. We miss you dearly. Happy birthday to my roommate and Happy April Fools! (No jokes around here. Baseball is starting.)

To all the other fans out there, remember there are only two seasons. Winter, and baseball. Baseball is back.

Far From Idle

Come. Find out why.

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What to do when you don’t know what to do. Original Post Date: October 31, 2012.

This is the hardest thing for most people. Starting. Not quitting.
This is the hardest thing for most people. Starting. Not quitting.


Even if you don’t have any idea of what you want, it’s much better than sitting around analyzing your options.

There is a saying in baseball along the lines of “Analysis causes paralysis.”

If you over think the situation, then you may miss out on the opportunity that would have come up after you took the leap.

I’m not saying that you shouldn’t think about any of the decisions that you make, but don’t take a long time to decide. You may miss out on something great while you are trying to decide what to do.

Don’t let the fear of starting stop you from going. I like to think that quitting is easy. Starting is an entirely different ballgame.

I’ll leave with this.

It’s a quote from my mentor by way of his father. (He will correct me if I get this wrong.)

“Will-power is victory of the strongest desire.”

Even if you don’t quite know where you are going you have to start somewhere. It’s a part of the journey & the fun. You want something. The greatest at…

Will-power so that you keep moving when it gets rough. Will-power so you can discover what it is you really want.

Remember, you have to start somewhere.


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