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My List of Demands!!!
1. To swim further and faster--to be the best
2. To butterfly like a tsunami!
3. To KB like every swing makes me younger and better that I have ever been
4. To learn something new always--never stop bettering my mind and body
5. To eat only the cleanest food possible to make me into a lean mean baby-makeing machine
6. To be an elite athlete
7. To run a marathon
8. To always feel like I am the most glamourous woman in any room I step into no matter what my age or what I am wearing
9. To be the best wife ever to the most amazing husband ever
10. TO NEVER SAY "BUT I CAN'T"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER QUIT!!!!
Plan to succeed. If you really want to win, you have to have a plan and stick to it. You also have to be able to adapt your plan and keep it dynamic. Gotta have a PLAN.
Ok, people. We've got edge. People are stepping up to the EKT Challenge, and rockin' out on our weekly challenges that Sid's been setting up.
I was searching through youtube, as you do, and click on this video, and started to think about my list of demand; not what I'm hoping for, wishing for; would like to have happen. No, DEMANDS.
Please complete this statement as you wish.
I have a list of demands, and it goes like this:
To have only the highest quality food to fuel and develop my body.
To be more flexible, stronger, and faster than my peers.
To be an aikido shihan by 50.
To never accept 'just enough effort.'
To always learn more than my peers and do more.
To always be be able to inspire myself and not rely on others.
To always find a way for what I'm looking to achieve.
To never let anyone determine my reality.
To end my day asking, 'What can I do better tomorrow?'
To enjoy every moment of every moment.
Before writing down your list, watch this video to put you into state.
The time is yours! Enjoy :)
Edited by: DARREN_D at: 3/1/2009 (02:17)
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