“You’re missing a great game!” This is something you often hear yelled at officials by displeased basketball fans from the heights of their seats. Somehow they believe the screaming of insults to people in stripes will make the calls better. I am still puzzled by this logic.
It actually makes no sense at all.
Being wrong doesn’t make you miss a great game; not showing up does.
Did you catch that truth?
Missing a great game starts when you don’t show up.
In the same way, enjoying the great game of life means we show up. We play. We are open to discovering the lessons and principles that will help us along the way. We learn, we keep going, and we fall in love with life.
You have plans for your life. Plans to accomplish your dreams, goals, and passions. What will be the difference between you enjoying the great game of life or missing it?
Here is what I know to be true:
Once you decide to take something on, to go after something that matters, to make a difference, this is the biggest step you must take to enjoy the great game of life:
Take one step, even if it is small.
It is amazing how experiences become far less monumental than we think when we just put one foot in front of the other.
What step will you take today to make progress in your professional and personal life to ensure you don’t miss a great game?