Decide on your next Move. Make your Move and Make it Count!



To ensure you don't miss any parts of this series view Part1 and Part 2 of Game Time: What's your Position?



You still have time. You are on offense. No more talking. It's time for some action. It's all about making the right moves to score. You need a Victory and can't settle for anything less than that. The ball is in your court and on your side of the field. The enemy is approaching. Take him on face to face and go toe to toe. As he challenges you its time to self evaluate. What has been working? What has not been working? What kind of mindset do you need to be in? Do you need to shift your perspective and view? Change your outlook? What changes need to be made? What will your next move be? As you process, start shifting some things around. Consider your position and your moves.

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Check out Game Time: What's your Position? – Part 1

It's Game Time Ladies and Gentleman! It's the Fourth Quarter with THREE MONTHS remaining on the clock. What is going to be your next move? Every move you make will count! Get off the bench and stop cheering on the sidelines. It's time for you to get in the game and commit to stay in the game. Whatever game you find yourself in now is the time to give it all you've got. Your Defense must be tough and your Offense must be ready! You need both for a solid Victory. Your defense needs to be in tact because the enemy is going to try to attack and bring out all his best moves. It is your job to stop him! Lack of defense can prevent you from getting back on offense! Without getting back on offense creates problems to gain back power and control.

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We are in the Fourth Quarter of the Year and there is still enough time to Win.

Basketball season is approaching and I am excited!!!!!! I am a huge Basketball fan and I make it a point to watch all the games. I just love the intensity and flow of the game from start to finish. I guess it could be both a bad and good thing, because you never know what is going to happen next. It keeps you on your feet and on the edge of your seat. As for me I normally run out of the room LOL or hide so I can't watch what is going to happen. I can admit that when my team of choice (especially the Chicago Bulls) seems to be struggling and the tide has turned, I get extremely nervous. My father always reminds me that it is not over until its over. There is still more time left.

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