Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Lessons From Goliath's David

  1. Victory can only be claimed AFTER you have been into battle. That is why they play the game.
  2. There are never obstacles too big to conquer.
  3. Never blame your tools or technological short comings; maximize their potential.
  4. Leadership means doing first what you want others to do. Walk into the fire and your team will walk behind you.
  5. Don't listen to the critics; anything is possible, just get on with the job that needs to be done.
  6. Your spirit is bigger than any foe you may face.
  7. Never look poorly upon those from a a lesser standing. Their intelligence and courage can never be measured by their physical wealth. Chances are they will fight harder to succeed than those who are already comfortable.
  8. You don't get second chances in life. Make every opportunity count and always aim for the bullseye.
  9. When you believe anything is possible.
  10. When you put a higher power on your team, there is always some form of victory.

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