I grew up in a commercial fishing family on the coast of Maine. My grandfather was a mentor to me both spiritually and in life. He was hardworking and extremely successful no matter which type of fishing he was engaged in based on the particular season. He had a crew of seven when we were catching herring for the sardine factory, a crew of two for lobstering and a crew of three when dragging for ground fish. When I was young (age 7-20) I was most of the time one of those crew members.
Gramp didn’t know failure, maybe set backs but never failure. However, he had to go after success it never came to him. How about you, are you determined to find success in your endeavors, no matter the odds? Finding and then catching fish for the income to support his crew and family was never a sure thing but his never accepting failure attitude inevitably yielded success.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO TO KEEP YOURSELF IN THE GAME? SUCCESS ISN’T GOING TO COME LOOKING FOR YOU!
As coach, I can help. Is it time to get going again?