The Best In The World

10 Responses

  1. Ray Bradshaw says:

    Brilliant. My question: Why aren’t you being payed large amounts of money to spout this off to people who would be willing to pay you for saying this, and so many other things, in person?

  2. David says:

    Fuckin’ A. That’s exactly what I needed to hear after a long, shitty, confusing week.

  3. Kyle says:

    Makes a lot of sense.

  4. Jon says:

    I’ve worked out the bug that was deleting people’s comments, not allowing people to post, and putting their comments under “Jon.” If your comment was deleted, I apologize. Feel free to leave another one of a similar nature.

  5. Aaron says:

    Very hard to hear (probably because it rings so true) and very motivational. You should write a self help book.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Correctamundo, sir. It’s hard to step up to bat without thinking about all the guys who hit home runs before you. That distraction is half the battle. Many people strike out – or only make it to first – when the right amount of focus would’ve seen them rounding the bases.

  7. Brad says:

    Good to Great is a super successful book about companies that thrived when others faltered. One of the main premises of the book was focus on your strengths and delegate your weaknesses. You saved many people $18.99

  8. Alyssa says:

    That’s sense.

  9. Cody says:

    The Steelers might have benefited from reading this.

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