Our summer campers gave a great showcase performance yesterday! Here's a little peek at the fun. There's still time to sign up for the remaining weeks in our summer session - we have half-day and full-day camps for beginning and continuing students! For more, visit www.tbms.org/summer, call (212) 753-8811, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jack Nicklaus stresses that over 90% of golf errors occur before you even start your swing. My coach Dan Said has this on repeat! Be mindful of how you get set up! And once you have that, stay committed to your swing. I loved today's adjustments. I also loved my outfit! My new Adidas cap and #taylormade shirt from @vincehizon12! 👌🏼#perform#japorm#bettereverything#mfamily
LAST CALL TO BALL! Registration for Last Call Las Vegas closes in just a few days… Don’t be left out of the big finale to our stacked Summer tournament season! Visit bigfoothoops.com to register your team today! 🏀
Glenview's Chamber of Commerce is hosting Summer Fest and @reactspinesport would love to see you there enjoying the festivities so don't miss out on quality family fun
TOMORROW from 9am to 3:30 am at Lehigh Avenue and Jackman Park between Glenview Road and Washington next to the Downtown Metra Station
@reactspinesport will be at booth 87 with massage and a squat contest!
Cross the road
Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side. A timeless, though, silly joke. Probably one of the first jokes any of us learned, likely due to it’s simplicity, ease to remember, and ridiculous punch line. However, upon closer examination, I realize not only does this joke hold a punch line, it also provides a lesson in goal setting. The chicken had a goal, i.e., getting to the other side, and the method to achieve that goal was to cross the road. It’s that simple, that it is, almost, and a bit, funny. The chicken isn’t over thinking it. The chicken isn’t holding back. The chicken isn’t Googling for days about the best approach. Nope, the chicken just crosses the road. Might we take a lesson from this joke and realize that goal setting is about identifying an intent and then making it happen. Simple as that. We all have “other sides” that we are trying to get to or accomplish and there are a variety of roads that we need to cross to get there. The chicken isn’t concerned about getting to the other side of the country, per se, but it knows that if it crosses enough roads, it could certainly get there. And we can too. Whatever “other sides” we have in front of us. That we want to tackle. That we want to complete. They can be reached if we just focus on crossing each road at a time. If a chicken can do it, we sure as hell can too. Want to get to the other side? Cross the road.