#FPF – Week 61 You’re only as good as your last at-bat… Over the last few weeks, we have talked about record breaking and importance of remaining on the constant offense – beating the goals you set for yourself yesterday. The opening statement dovetails into these thoughts by underscoring that with all of the stimuli bombarding us … Continue reading “You’re Only As Good As Your Last At-Bat”
Month: July 2017
What If, What Next, Why Not!?
#FPF – Week 60 NERF – a name that has become synonymous with kid fun, both indoors as much as outdoors, got its start in a not so conventional way. The founder/inventor, Reyn Guyer actually happened upon this new toy while testing out another toy set (a caveman game), which had a bunch of foam rubber … Continue reading “What If, What Next, Why Not!?”
The Guinness Book
#FPF – Week 59 As shown on their website: The idea for the first Guinness Book of Records began in the early 1950’s when Sir Hugh Beaver, Managing Director of the Guinness Brewery, attended a shooting party in County Wexford. While there, he and his hosts engaged in a heated argument about the fastest game … Continue reading “The Guinness Book”
Excuses Are Like a Headless Hammer
#FPF – Week 58 Excuses / verb / ikˈskyo͞oz / Reasons we make up in the hopes of garnering validation/sympathy from others as to why something we were trying to achieve was/is not possible. Bogus… As anyone that spends time around me frequently (most notably, those who work on my team) would say – I … Continue reading “Excuses Are Like a Headless Hammer”