Since today is the start of Black History Month, I figured I would give some time to the greatest who ever did it, Muhammad Ali.
Ali was considered one of the "The Greatest" athletes of all time because he wasn't afraid of challenge. You knew that everything he did he was 'all in'. His confidence would bleed through every word he spoke. And his competitors knew it. Some people thought of his bravado as arrogance, but I viewed him as someone with a lot of faith. I am not talking about faith in the sense of religion. But someone with faith in himself.
Do you have faith in yourself?
Do you have as much confidence in your own abilities and 'follow through' to call your own victories?
Muhammad Ali said, "it's hard to beat a guy when he's got his mind made up that he's going to win."
Faith is long term. Don’t forget it. You’re in it for the long haul. Temptation to quit, throw in the towel, or even just lay against the ropes will always be there. But those that persevere will be handsomely rewarded.
No Grits No Glory
Float like butterfly, sting like a bee.