You’ve Got A Mess On Your Hands

Actually I hope you don’t, but thinking that you do isn’t a bad way to approach each day.

Starting each day by thinking you don’t quite have it right yet is the same thing as thinking you have a mess.

When you think you have a mess, you become more alert.

You become more in tune to what’s going on around you.

Your peripheral vision improves.

Your peripheral hearing improves.

You become better because your antennas go up just a little higher. The higher your antennas go up the more you pay attention. The more you pay attention, the less of a mess you have on your hands.

Pay attention. Less mess. Get it? That’s all I’m gonna ask.
Tommy Gibbs