Did you win yesterday? Are you going to win today?
What I mean by “winning” is – was it (will it be) a good day?
Our life is made up of moments. Just like games of football (above) over 90 minutes. Each moment contributes to the final score. The run, the pass, the kick …
The score, though, summarises the minutes and moments of the game.
What happened during the game that resulted in the final score?
How do you develop your “game plan”?
Coaches of sporting teams often talks in terms of “week at a time” or, “not looking past next week”.
Stephen Covey used the weekly planner as his basis for time planning. And weeks are made up of days and days, as we know, are made up of moments.
What moments do you know you’ll have today?
How will you plan for them? Enjoy them? Learn from them?
Learning from them implies reflection. Do you stop long enough to reflect?
How do you reflect? Do you quickly breeze through it, or do you stop, write down your thoughts and ensuing conclusions? And plan again?
I hope you do.