“Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.” Babe Ruth
Think about Babe Ruth’s quote for a minute, “Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.”, what does that say about your life. Each day you have a chance to hit a home run and yet for many people it is another strike, another strike and another strike. It might not seem as if there will be any days that a home run could be hit. What if that could change? What if you could hit more home runs than strikes?
What is a home run for you?
Would it be,
– A better job
– Better relationships
– Financial security
– Personal Development
– increased spirituality
– Better relationship with friends and family
Whatever it is that defines a home run for you can be improved so that the swings produce more home runs than strikes. How?
1. Learn what it takes to create a home run for you. (What do you need to know or do)
2. Practice (become an expert at what it takes, develop the skills)
3. Take action (do what you have learned and practiced)
4. Go to step one and repeat.
Now that sounds simple, too easy perhaps. What happens is that people can read the steps and maybe jot down a few or even try it for a few days and then they give up. Hitting a home run takes more than a few days of work, it may take a few weeks of work or a few months depending on what you are working on. It is easy to give up. If you aren’t taking swings there is no way you can hit a home run. Sitting there and thinking about it doesn’t get you closer to the goal. Taking action is required.
Having a coach might help as well. A coach will work with you to achieve those goals and provide the encouragement and support so that you don’t just give up.
When do you want to start hitting home runs? Why not start today! Why wait another minute longer to start hitting those home runs?