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Client Success Story: Nelson Almansa
Spotlight on Annalee Ash Chicken Pesto Quesadilla Congratulations Corner: Lawrence McCrae
Frank’s Column: Be Like Mike
FRANK’S COLUMN Be Like Mike
I don’t know about you, but in the last week, I have found myself watching dodgeball (it’s a real sport apparently — and more complicated than I remember in grade school) and women’s professional squash on TV (they even have replay challenges). But my favorite by far is the Michael Jordan documentary, “The Last Dance,” on ESPN. I had forgotten how competitive he was and how much trash talking he did (while always backing it up). But what strikes me now is how focused Jordan was on being the best, how he worked harder than anyone else, how he took care of himself, how he was relentless in reaching his goals, how he got on his teammates, and how even though he was the star, he was a team player. He knew he couldn't win championships without help. Sure, like all of us, he was born with certain gifts — his were height and athleticism. But the real lesson lies in what he did with what he had. He could have coasted through a nice professional career, but that was never good enough for him. He wanted to be the best, so he set out to do it.
Isn’t that something we can all do?
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