Coaches Fellowship Letter, November, 2017
Rick Rigsby, on the video above, talks about the wisest person he’s ever met (his dad), a third grader who dropped out of school in order to work the farm. His father taught himself to read and write, and he left his two sons principles to live by (one son is a pastor and motivational speaker, the other son is a judge).
A father who taught his sons ……
- I won’t have a problem if you aim high and miss; but I’ll have an issue if you aim low and hit.
- You should be an hour early rather than a minute late.
- Excellence ought to be a habit, not an act.
- Never embarrass your mother.
- Make sure your SERVANTS TOWEL is bigger than your ego because ego is the anesthesia that deadens the pain of stupidity.
- Pride is the burden of a foolish person.
Do you want to impact this world?
Challenge your athletes and yourselves to follow these principles and if you do … you’ll find you’re moving. Light ‘em Up. Matthew 5:16
Onward and Upward,