Stay on YOUR Game

Hello Honeybees,

I have really enjoyed watching the Rio Olympics.  So much drama, so much happiness, so much teamwork, so much patriotism and for the US Olympic team so much GOLD. 28 as I right this post.  One thing that I have learned from watching all of the athletes is how focused they are. These athletes didn’t just wake up last week or last month and decide that they were going to compete in the Olympics, they have put in years of hard work and dedication. 

Here is the lesson that I am taking away from these games.

Stay focused on YOUR game.

If I want to accomplish my goals I have to stay focused on ME.  I can’t worry about what the other person is doing.  When I start worrying about them that’s when I start losing focus. I’m only slowing down my progress. That’s wasted energy.

Phelps

You have to plan your work and work your plan. 

Sometimes we get so competitive that we spend all our time trying to figure out what the other person is doing so that we can get a leg up.  But what we are missing is that the other person is focused on their own goals and moving forward.  They aren’t wasting their time or talent on you and your actions.  So now who is moving forward and who is standing still?

The only person i compare myself to is myself.

Stop looking back!

Look forward!

Move forward!

Go for YOUR gold!

Belinda Bee pic

Beewisdom- “I’m not the next Usain Bolt or Michael Phelps, I’m the first Simone Biles.”

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2 Responses to Stay on YOUR Game

  1. Stephanie Adams says:

    Love it!!! Stay focused 🙂

    On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 5:50 AM, Blogging With Bee wrote:

    > honeybump67 posted: “Hello Honeybees, I have really enjoyed watching the > Rio Olympics. So much drama, so much happiness, so much teamwork, so much > patriotism and for the US Olympic team so much GOLD. 28 as I right this > post. One thing that I have learned from watching al” >

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  2. Summer Owens says:

    Love it! I am planning an Olympics lessons blog too!

    Like

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