Monday, July 11, 2016


When I find myself silently complaining about dust clots on the floor or the mysterious odor under the sink, it's more effective to take action than complain. Doing so clears my head.

Michael Phelps' swimming coach Bob Bowman points out that the goal is not to win a gold medal. The goal is to move from point A to point B in the shortest amount of time. Bowman defines the goal with a generous margin of excess over previous records and emphasizes slamming the timing pad at the end of the pool. -30-

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