Game 2 of the world series seemed to be all about use of resources. How the Dodgers used their bullpen last night, mattered. In case you missed it, they fell to the Astros in extra innings. I’m no sports commentator or expert, but they appeared to come on strong early with their pitching resources and then pull that strength a tad early. I’m guessing there is some review of resource application going on right now.
The obvious analogy for life is all about how we use our resources in daily living. In my Facebook Group I have been running a free challenge called Free to Focus (on the F#$Ks you WANT to give) which is all about resource allocation. When you apply your resources to the f#$s you WANT to give, you gain something: time, money, energy or a combination. The implication is that you do this consciously and correct as needed.
We all make mistakes, this is part of our humanity.
This is how a world series should be: the best of the best working their hardest to take the victory. This is good sports. A tied series in game 2 is excellence in action.
I’m not pissed at our coaching staff at the Dodgers. Not yet anyway. They made a call, they gave their f#$ks where they thought best, and it didn’t work out. What they do now with that lesson matters.
Just as it does when you make a mistake and misallocate your f#$ks. What you do next matters.
I am a certified personal and executive coach ruthlessly focused on helping people live awesome lives. I spent a large chunk of my life pursuing other people’s ideas of success and while those experiences were sublime in some cases, they weren’t the “more” I was seeking and I just never felt full. In 2011, I made the commitment to live life on my terms and everything changed. The life I love today was created and I am here to share and teach you exactly how to do the same for yourself.I am founder of No Limits Life Empowerment Institute as well as a working glass artist, Reiki Master, Partner in Shaman Grocer in Iowa City, and Co-founder of the Midwest Reiki Festival. My favorite time is spent doing anything soccer related with my aspiring world cup soccer player, 10-year-old Alexander. I am also a pretty big fan of gaming (PS4) with my partner Craig while solving the world’s social problems. Learn more at http://www.nolimitslife.guru