How close are you?
The margin of victory in the Men’ 800 meter race in the 1984 Summer Olympic Games was only 0.71 seconds – less than one second!
The average margin of victory in the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500 (combined) over the last ten years has been 1.54 seconds. And the prize money for second place was less than half that of first place.
The average margin of victory for the last 25 years in all major PGA golf tournaments combined was less than three strokes.
How close are you to planning your future and then putting the plan into pace with daily action?
Are you stopping to make excuses before you reach the finish line?
Are you hanging around people who are telling all the reason why you can’t?
Discipline is the key!
- Surround yourself with positive people.
- Action plans are you friend!
- Write it down
- Share it
- Do it
- Celebrate it
Dick Powell Dick@EWFW.org WWW.EWFW.org