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From Finish Strong Motivational Quotes by Dan Green.  Regardless of what came before, or what is yet to come, what’s important at this moment in time is how you choose to respond to the event. Will you fight? Or will […]

An excerpt from Finish Strong by Dan Green. On June 23rd, 1940 Wilma Glodean Rudolph was born prematurely and weighed only 4.5 pounds. Wilma became the 20th of 22 children of Ed and Blanche Rudolph. The Rudolph’s were African Americans […]

An excerpt from The Push by David McNally and Mac Anderson In his commencement speech at Stanford University in 2005, Steve Jobs, one of the co-founders of Apple Computer and founder of Pixar Studios, shared how getting fired from the […]

An excerpt from Golf Quotes:  Great Quotes About a Great Game! by Joe Vanek. “Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated. It satisfies the soul and frustrates the intellect. It is at the same time rewarding and maddening – it […]

From 212 The Extra Degree by Mac Anderson and Sam Parker At 211°, water is hot. At 212°, it boils. That one extra degree makes all the difference. Are you content with just being pretty good? Or are you ready […]

The following is from Secrets of the World Class:  Turning Mediocrity Into Greatness by Steve Siebold I have had the privilege of competing against, coaching, being coached by and observing world-class performers since I was six years old. As a […]

The following is from One Choice by Mac Anderson. Think about this for a moment…one choice, just one, can change your life forever. Simply put, your life today is what your choices have made it, but with new choices, you can […]

The following is from The Power of Attitude by Mac Anderson OUR ATTITUDE in many ways ties directly to your “inner voice” that forever asks the question . . . “Are you moving toward your dream?” If your answer is […]

The following is from “The Best Way Out is Always Through – The Power of Perseverance” by BJ Gallagher “My learning disability gave me certain advantages, because I was able to live in the moment and capitalize on opportunities I spotted.” […]