March Madness is a phenomenon that grips the national physical games psyche from the first week of March through the first week of April. The NCAA tournaments are an American tradition that sends millions of fans into a synchronized frenzy every year. It is this chaos that offers the tournament its March Madness nickname; its the concentrated hype of sixty five teams vying for collage basketball's biggest prize. It is the last-2d, buzzer-beating baskets, the euphoria of winning to play another day and the agony of losing and going home from what is referred to as "THE BIG DANCE."
Just over the weekend, one of my closest friends brought up an drawback that struck a nerve. Actually, it was actually more of a male testosterone, ego-driven remark made about me. He had commented that I didn't know about physical games. This sparked some frustration in me and with out even thinking about it, I shot back, "I may not know everything about physical games, but I in reality play physical games; you're just a spectator!"…I admit that my response was driven by my bruised ego, and it possibly wasnt the nicest factor I could have said. But, there was some truth in it!
I'm not a gambler or a trivia buff that knows every identify or fact about every team in the whole wide world of physical games. What I do know are the policies and how to play the game. I would far rather shoot some hoops or play some baseball than watch either sport on TV. I like to be active, partaking as a substitute of spectating. Drinking beer all day, yelling at a TV and eating pizza doesn't appeal to me as rather so much as enjoying the game. Sure, it may well be interesting at times (football). But if I had to make a range, I would rather be a Player or Owner of life, rather than a spectator of it.
What I'm trying to get at is that almost all of us–in the future in life–have been active players. We played physical games in high school and collage and were active twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. But a few of us have given up on being the participant, settling as a substitute for being a fan or spectator of life and its physical activities, for one reason or another. My friend is evidently a spectator who has given up his participant days…And hes not happy about it. Hopefully he can commence enjoying the game again; or not it's never too late.
In life, we never must give up being a participant. You're never too vintage to retire from enjoying the game of life. Life will tell you if you're enjoying it or if you're watching it pass by. It gets greater the more you understand how to play the game. Some of us know the game, but not the policies… And some know the policies but are not enjoying the game right. You should figure out which role you're enjoying! In any regard, players take action in life; they appear to make all the money and benefit the most from being active, and having support from their Coaches, Loved Ones and Friends, which make up a half of their Team….
Spectators pay what they have, simply to feel the transitority rush of in reality enjoying the game. They pay the players salary and they gamble on the players, which may produce limited economic benefits–but its nothing compared to what a participant or a Coach is getting. Spectators rarely see any true benefits in their roles; they accept what they get. I wager that's why they say, everyone plays a half…. The players and owners understand the variation and it can be death to them to give that up. I would rather be a participant on half of a team than a spectator enjoying a half.
So, where are you in life? Are you enjoying the game? Are you a Spectator? Or are you taking day out and just should
Get Your Head Back In The Game?
Coaching lets in you get your head back in the game.
Coaching lets in you propose and strategize your movements. It optimizes your surroundings to have the ability to handle the stipulations of the game. The tour will never be straightforward, so that's why you propose and condition yourself to reach those goals. It starts with fundamentals. Here are a couple of principals to get your head back in the game.
What is my mindset? What are a few of your beliefs? (Conditioned, Limiting, Fear)
Where are you at? Who or how are you being at this point in life?
What are your consequences? What is working and what isnt? Are you clear about what it takes to reach those consequences?
What is your relationship with money and how does it show up in your life?
What is your mindset for your economic long term?
What actually drives you, excites you? What do you wish or desire?
Why does it drive or excite you? Why do you wish it?
Benchmarks – What can be some benchmarks and how would it feel to gain them?
Support, Build your team – Who do you know that will assist support you in your target?
Action – What steps are you going to take?
Get Your Head Back In The Game!
So get attainable, be active, shop on with your passions and preclude being a spectator, watching life go by.
Like my football coach used to say…"Get your head out of your ass and get your head back in the Game!"