Several weeks ago I wrote and published the article, Training Camps and Winning in Life. Today I would like to create and present a video presentation of the article. I create video presentations of my articles to aid in the accessing of the information in my articles for individuals who learn through watching and listening.
Below is a brief excerpt from the article:
In today’s article I would like to share some thing that has helped me in my recovery process. I would like to borrow from the concept that many sports use in their preparations, training camps. Training camps prepare the individuals in the sport to achieve effectively and efficiently. Like training camps in sport preparation, I have come to realize that life’s experience provide many training camps. These camps are designed to empower you and I to perform effectively and efficiently. And as with any training camp, those who participate in the camp must dedicate themselves to the activities of the camp. The benefit received by each participant is dependent upon the effort put forth during the camp.
But in order to benefit from the training camp the participant needs to stay committed to the process, while executing the basics — determination, drive, discipline, fortitude, persistence, tenacity and courage.
Training camps necessitate hard work, commitment, determination, discipline, drive, fortitude, persistence, tenacity and courage. Making the decision to not give up despite…When the individual makes a decision to persevere in the face of discouragement and setbacks, character is formed. Character enables the individual to grow and develop in ways that once seemed to be out of their reach. Character must be established on a foundation of humility. Apart from humility, any progress that is made during the camp will be eclipsed by arrogance. Arrogance interrupt’s the participant’s ability to progress in the camp, because the individual becomes resistant to learning. The product of arrogance closes the eyes and ears of the camp’s participant.
No one is coming to save you or me. We have do do our own work.
When we get busy, we get better.
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