Be Committed to Do Your Best

Reblogger Bob Crane
Real Estate Agent with Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, Keller Williams Fox Cities #1 in Forest Land Mgmt
Original content by Lou Ludwig

Be Committed to Do Your Best  

“I’m trying to do the best I can, I’m not concerned

 with tomorrow, but with what goes on today.”

Mark Spitz, Nine Time Olympic Champion and Former Record

In 7 Events, He Won Seven Gold Medals at the 1972

Olympic in Munich

 

 

   

As I see it. . . . . . . .

Be committed to do your best

 

Doing your best is not a maybe . . . . or a sometime thing. It’s a personal commitment to be the best that you can be . . . . and in doing your best in the tasks that you undertake.

 

Stand and be recognized . . . . Do your best.

 

1972 was a very special year for Mark Spitz.

 

Mark Spitz won seven goal metals in the 1972 Munich Olympic Games . . . . and was recognized as an Olympic Champion. During the 1972 Olympic Games Mark did his best . . . . and was recognized for his commitment to excellence in being the winner of seven gold medals for excellence in his events.

 

Champions are made far from the arena . . . .

 

During the 1972 Munich Olympic Games Mark Spitz was recognized for his commitment to doing his best.

 

His gold metals where awarded to Mark at the games for his excellence, but he won the metals with his commitment to doing his best many miles away from Munich.

 

For many years Mark made the commitment to personal excellence . . . .  and conditioned himself to be a winner and champion. Through the years of hard work to become the best, Mark’s toughest critic was Mark. He had to push himself to become the best. He pushed himself to be the best even when no one was watching . . . . and no one was around pushing him. 

 

He knew that to be the best it had to come from inside of him. He understood that other could push him . . . .  but to become a champion he had to push himself . . . . and his limits and himself. 

 

When mark won the seven gold medals at that the Olympics he made it look easy.

 

With his years of preparation and dedication to do his best when he actually participated in his events at the Olympics he was physically . . . .  and mentally prepared to win. He had prepared for those events in his mind thousands of times . . . . and his commitment to doing his best made it look easy.

 

A champion in sports and in life earn the right to be called Champion . . . .  Be committed to do your best everyday of your life . . . . and when you do your best you will stand in the winner’s circle of life.

 

©2017 Lou Ludwig Success Tips, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author

 

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Bob - all great athletes work on doing their personal best.  If we apply that to our day we will see big changes.

Jul 30, 2019 04:53 AM #1
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Jennifer Mackay
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Bob Crane  - Now there are some motivational words for sure - thanks for sharing them

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Wayne Martin
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Good morning Bob. Lou used a great example here. Do your best now! Enjoy your day 

Jul 30, 2019 05:58 AM #3
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