Posted on Wednesday, February 8, 2012
in Emotional, How To, Intellectual, Relational, Social, Sports
I know that this has happened to you. Today it happened to me.
The clock showed “10:41″, I relaxed, settled in and took a deep breath. I had time. No need to rush.
I did a couple quick things that needed to get done, took a quick glance at the clock, “Wow, I’m really efficient today.”
Then. Then! THEN! I thought to myself, that was too efficient. I checked another clock, “11:16″!
Noooooo! The clock had stopped!
My leisurely lunch deadline, now became my dead spring lunch deadline.
A clutch play is a moment in time when what needs to happen happens when it’s most needed. Clutch plays don’t just happen in sports. Clutch plays happen in the lunchroom, living room, boardroom, and bedroom.
We can count on her. She has poise.
He produces in the clutch. He’s reliable.
Be careful not to count on previous reliability.
Previous Success Doesn’t Guarantee Future Success
This past Sunday the former Super Bowl MVP Deion Branch dropped two passes, and former Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady threw an interception, missed an open receiver and looked panicked. They play for the New England Patriots, and lost.
Posted on Monday, January 23, 2012
in Education, Intellectual, Spiritual, Values
There is no one like you! You’re unique and irreplaceable! It’s true!
I’m reading, and on overload:
– Human Genome Project
– Emotional Intelligence
– Autonomy and Human Rights in Health Care
– Pathological and Non-Pathological Traits
– Cloning and Stem Cell-Based Soft Tissue Regeneration
According to Lee Strobel, “when scientists announced that they had finally mapped the three billion codes of the human genome — a project that filled the equivalent of 75,490 pages of The New York Times — divine references abounded. President Clinton said scientists were ‘learning the language in which God created life,’ while geneticist Francis S. Collins, head of the Human Genome Project, said DNA was ‘our own instruction book, previously known only to God.’ ” 1