Over the weekend something amazing happened…
a 64 year old women by the name of Diana Nyad swam
the 110 miles from Cuba to Florida.
She was the first person to do this without a shark cage,
or any other source of protection from the elements.
110 miles in 53 hours… after having failed at it three
times over the span of 35 years.
sleep deprived, and disoriented Diana Nyad walked onto
the shore in Florida and said; I have three messages…
“One is we should never, ever give up
Two is you never are too old to chase your dreams
Three is it looks like a solitary sport, but it takes a team.”
Kind of puts things into perspective doesn’t it?
I mean here’s a 64 year old women who at the prime
of her life failed to swim from Cuba to Florida three times.
But she never gave up.
She kept chasing her dream.
getting what we want out of life.
has probably stopped you from accomplishing so many
of your dreams.
Maybe that dream that you gave up on was financial or
Or maybe it was personal, spiritual, or romantic.
Whatever it was, it’s still there waiting for you.
or that you’re too old now, or that you might be out
of practice, or maybe the timing is just not right.
swam the 110 mile shark and jelly fish infested waters
from Cuba to Florida in 53 hours after having failed
at it three times before.
So what are YOU waiting for?
Whatever it is that you want to accomplish is still there
and ready for you…
…it’s just waiting for you to get out there and take it.
watching the game.
an even bleed a little… or a lot – I’ve done both.
But I can tell you from first hand experience that
your odds of getting what you want out of life
significantly increase when you get out of the
stands and onto the field.
And I can also tell you that the level of personal
satisfaction you’ll feel is the greatest achievement over
whatever it is that you want to accomplish.
AND YOU CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON YOUR TEAM
to help you get there.
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