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Beating the Odds

The Super Bowl and You

This coming Sunday, millions of people will demonstrate the power that is within them. They’ll do it by the simple act of watching the Super Bowl.

What exactly does watching the Super Bowl prove? Everything. It proves that people have the ability to set goals and work to achieve them.

Just think. How often do you find yourself saying things like, “I’d love to, but I just don’t have the time?” On Super Bowl Sunday, you make time. You let nothing stand in your way. You run your errands early, and otherwise arrange your day, to make sure that when the game begins, you’re in front of a TV, with snacks nearby.

It just shows how strong your will can be when you really put your mind to it. It shows how effectively you can form priorities and stick to them.

There’s just one problem with this scenario. Millions of people are going to re-arrange their lives in order to be spectators, not participants. What if you could be as effective at accomplishing things of your own as you are in watching other people — in this case football players — accomplish things?

If you could use your power all the time, you would become unstoppable. If you were to set goals, let nothing stand in your way, and follow your priorities until the mission was complete, then how could you fail? Even if you fell short now and then, your overall level of achievement would skyrocket.

So as you move through this week, and get ready for Super Sunday, remember that the biggest winner will not necessarily be a football team. It can be you — once you start using the incredible power that you have within you.


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