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Who Else Is Tired of Life Punching Them in the Face?
Remember the bloodied face of Randall "Tex" Cobb?
He was a boxer who fought in a championship bout against then heavyweight champ Larry Holmes in June of 1982. It wasn't pretty.
He was beaten so badly his face was barely recognizable after the fight.
As a matter of fact, it was so gruesome that Howard Cosell, the famous sports broadcaster who announced the fight, vowed never to do another boxing match after witnessing such an atrocity...and he didn't.
But "Tex" never went down. Despite the pummeling which featured repeated direct blows to his face, he never hit the canvas. "Tex" Cobb refused to lay down and quit.
"Tex" became something of a cult hero after that performance. He actually became a movie star of sorts. He's made dozens of TV appearances and you may have seen him in such classic films as "Raising Arizona," "Police Academy 4," "Naked Gun 33 1/3," "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," and many more.
So what's all this got to do with you? Plenty!
Well, how many times has life "punched you in the face" repeatedly?
- You've made plans and then at the last minute your boss needs you to stay late.
- Your relationships may be strained because you work too much.
- Then you don't get a raise for all those late nights because the economy is bad...you're told you should be happy to have a job (what a bunch of B.S.!).
- And somebody else gets the promotion - not because they deserve it - but because they're a butt-kisser and you refuse to play that game.
Do you know what I mean? Surely something like this has happened to you. It's happened to me more times than I care to remember.
Everybody knows life's not fair. Bad things happen to everybody - short or tall, fat or skinny, married or single, male or female.
Disappointment, failure, and loss have no favorite targets. Everyone has an equal opportunity to experience these things. And the good news is this: just like failure...
SUCCESS PLAYS NO FAVORITES
We all have an equal opportunity...no matter what your current situation.
You see, it's not what happens to us that determines success or failure. It's how we respond to the things that happen to us (especially the hardships) that determines our success.
We're surrounded by opportunities, we just have to open our eyes and embrace them. Who would've thought that "Tex" Cobb would be on the silver screen after being knocked senseless on national TV?
That's happened to countless others (both literally and figuratively)over the years and they had the some opportunity as "Tex." They just didn't recognize it and more importantly - they didn't take action to make a positive change in their life.
Well, now you've got another opportunity, another choice to make, another fork in the road.
If your life is perfect in every way, this isn't for you...
But if you're like most people, you know life has more to offer...so if you're tired of being "punched in the face" and you're ready to take control, I can show you several opportunities within your grasp and you can just pick the one you like best. Is that fair?
(c) Robert Phillips - All Rights Reserved
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