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Jeffrey Dunn: “Some People Fear Failure. I Think You Fear Success.”

Published by Christopher Daily on April 25th, 2014 - in Jeffrey Dunn

During one of Jeff’s pep talks, he tried to get me fired up.  This quote has worked every time I think of it.  I originally included this in a post in 2011.  Seemed relevant again this week, so I thought it was worth recycling.  Click here to read the original post.

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Tebow’s application of the Serenity Prayer

Published by Christopher Daily on April 24th, 2013 - in Tim Tebow

“It’s nothing I can control,” Tebow said. “Like I’ve said ever since I was at Nease High School, I really try not to worry about what I can’t control. Just try to have the best attitude, have the best effort, a great work ethic and so far this offseason has been a lot of fun. It’s been my best yet.”

This is a quote from the April 19, 2013 Florida Times-Union where Tim Tebow is being asked questions about whether he will return to the New York Jets voluntary spring workouts.

A lesson we could learn from Tim Tebow

Published by Christopher Daily on April 24th, 2013 - in Blog, Business Musings, IMO, Tim Tebow, Uncategorized

There is plenty of talk in the news about Tim Tebow.  The Jacksonville local paper, the Florida Times-Union, usually has an article once a week some how relating to Tebow.  Tebow is certainly a popular player with Florida Gator fans and fans who admire his religous convictions. Friday’s issue of the Florida Times-Union contained two such articles.    The article on the front page was about Tim being named a Great Floridian.  I am not sure what a Great Floridian is or why he got the honor, but it must be an important honor to be covered on the front page.  The second article, about Tim’s employment with the NY Jets, had a quote that prompted me to think of Tebow in a different light.

As I was doing my usual weekend stuff, I couldn’t seem to get this quote out of my head:

“It’s nothing I can control,” Tebow said. “Like I’ve said ever since I was at Nease High School, I really try not to worry about what I can’t control. Just try to have the best attitude, have the best effort, a great work ethic and so far this offseason has been a lot of fun. It’s been my best yet.”

Now whether you are drinking the orange and blue Gatorade or not, something can be said about his approach.  Most of us have heard similar quotes throughout our lives, but how many of us actually remember them when we need them.  Here is a guy that has worked his whole life to become an NFL player.  He has a better winning percentage than most of the starters in the NFL including a playoff win, yet he doesn’t get to play.  Rather than pulling a Randy Moss (bitch and moan), Tebow just keeps moving forward.  I wish I could keep that kind of attitude.

My favorite is the Serenity prayer:

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”

I know I don’t often remember, but I should.  I get stressed out about work, my kids, and life in general some times.  I believe that adversity makes us stronger, and how we learn to deal with it defines us as individuals.  When (not if) you encounter adversity, keep saying it to yourself.  Eventually, you will start to believe it.

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Christopher Daily: An idiot with a tool is still an idiot!

Published by Christopher Daily on March 28th, 2013 - in Christopher Daily, Uncategorized

This quote was originally used by Christopher Daily in this post.  The quote seems to be self-explanatory.

Why New Years Resolutions Fail!

Well, it is that time of year where we all make promises to ourselves that we have every intention of completing. You know what I am talking about. We call them New Years Resolutions. By the middle of February, they are history. Not to be heard of till January 1, 2013. Why do we always fail at keeping our New Years Resolutions.

Let’s explore my favorite New Years Resolution. In 2012, one of my personal New Year’s Resolutions is to run in the Indianapolis 500 Mini-Marathon. I made the same resolution last year, and even signed up to run. Can you guess what happened? Yep, I didn’t run. Most weeks, I walk three to four times at an hour per session. I didn’t make myself step up and start running. I had a long term project, I was not accountable until I had to actually run the race, and I wasn’t time boxed in small increments. Sound familiar?

Should we apply Scrum against our New Years Resolutions? I think it might work for my preparations for running a mini-marathon. There is a line of thinking about using a version of Scrum for individuals (Personal Scrum). Essentially, that is what my training plan will be. Each week, I will have a certain amount of mileage to complete. Granted, I can still wimp out.

Maybe we should expand Scrum principles to our personal lives. If you are a procrastonator like I am it might be worth a shot. After all, you don’t want to be a lunatic, do you?
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If winning isn’t everything, why do they keep score? Vince Lombardi.

Published by Christopher Daily on May 26th, 2011 - in Quotes, Vince Lombardi

Dictionary is the only place that success comes before work. Hard work is the price we must pay for success. I think you can accomplish anything if you’re willing to pay the price. Vince Lombardi.

Published by Christopher Daily on May 25th, 2011 - in Quotes, Vince Lombardi

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein.

Published by Christopher Daily on May 1st, 2011 - in Albert Einstein, Quotes

I have always liked this quote.  I liked it so much that I used in a post: http://christopherdaily.com/2011/02/13/quote-albert-einstein-on-insanity/.

95% of our life is spent preparing for the other 5%.” Pastor Dave Crandall.

Published by Christopher Daily on November 7th, 2010 - in Dave Crandall, Quotes

This was a quote by my Senior Pastor Dave Crandall at Friendship Church on November 7, 2010 in Greenwood, IN.  As I was considered Dave’s teachings the next week, this quote was one that suddenly seemed to fit in terms of how software development teams spend most of the project preparing for the Go-Live event.

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