Last night I watched the Falcons lose to Minnesota. Yet, my girls and I had a blast at our first full game together.
And to the lone Minnesota reader (who wrote in last week) who’s alma mater
avenged last years upset… Hats off.
Putting Out the Fire is jargon, a battle cry – designed to plant
a mental message to shift back the momentum to your team.
A way to smother the momentum the other team
now has. That can be another turnover, stopping the offense in a
3 plays so they are forced to punt and so on.
This is the fastest way to overcome short term adversity.
When you have 11 guys thinking this and itching
to get on the field to smother the other teams
excitement great things happen. And I witnessed it several times.
How do you face adversity … Mike Ditka,
(former coach of the Bears) this morning on an NFL
preview program said, “When you are punched in the nose,
do you punch back or do you sit and bleed.”
Obviously, punching back is a figure of speech
and the key point is to move not sit.
Do you have any personal battle cries
to focus your mind upon when momentum
seemingly shifts against you?This month I will give you a few Palko Power
Phrases to place in your arsenal designed to obliterate
any possible set back. This is just the tip of the iceberg too.
This month will be over flowing with success and fitness
information as well.
Run over to http://www.vincepalko.com/success_club.html
and climb on board the Success Rocket Club.