5 Things That Will Help You Perform At An All-Star Level

First thing first before we get out of line or should I say out of bound we need to know our role, keep focus with no distractions, and always be on point when it comes to our greatest skills. Now let’s make fun of your nickname. Even though your nickname is part of your greatest skill that’s why we call you it in the first place. Don’t stop working towards your goal people are going to watch you regardless they only become your competition if you let them. Keep your eye on the prize and guard what you have to.

1. Be Thankful.

Are you thankful enough? Do you wake up each morning with a thankful heart? I say that because I am very thankful for who and what I have and I want to make sure you are too. If you haven’t been that appreciative let this be an opportunity to send up an earnest and thankful prayer. Ephesians 5:20 “Giving thanks always and for everything to God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ”

2. Good Health.

What do you consider to be good health? Is it more than just breathing? Staying physically fit and maintaining a healthy meal plan is what keep your performing at an All-Star level. Don’t fill your body with junk and then wonder why you can’t stay in shape mentally and physically. Find ways to guide you towards healthy living give yourself inspiration and motivation to empower you to live a healthy life. 3 John 1:2 “Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be healthy, even as your soul prospers”

Let me fill you in on the components of a Fit and Joyous Life:

  • Wellness
  • Proper Nutrition
  • Exercise
  • Stress Reduction

3. Strength.

You can do all things through Christ who strengthens you. How strong are you? Sometimes we don’t know until being strong is our only option. Count on the Lord, because the strength we seek can only come from the Lord. When you have the Lord’s strength you have an advantage over all circumstances. Psalm 18:1 “For the music director; by the LORD’s servant David, who sang to the LORD the words of this song when the LORD rescued him from the power of all his enemies, including Saul. He said: “I love you, LORD, my source of strength!”

4. Experience.

I appreciate wise counsel when it comes from someone saying “been there done that” and even someone who ask for wisdom James 1:5. In order to be a pro at something, it’s going to take you having some wise experience. Everyone has been told no for something does it mean to give up? NO. Experience does not mean failure. Remember the ones with experience will surpass those with none. Life is a learning experience. You try out different things and in order to be at an All-Star Level, it’s going to take hard work and experience to get where you are. You don’t become an All-Star because your team wants you to. Keep the faith no matter what convinced you. We all have a story to tell it’s part of our experience. Romans 5:4 “And patience, experience; and experience, hope:”

5. Fans/Supporters.

No matter how much we say thank you to our fans and supporters deep down inside we know what they really mean to us. Stop trying to put up a front as if people are supposed to like you and be a big fan of ours. Wrong I may not like someone but does it take away from their skill, it doesn’t. They even hated Jesus and he is still King. Some of us have the mindset of “all I need is my family and friends” but is that enough to make the world go round. This all goes back to #1 being thankful. I would get so upset at the people who didn’t show love or support me until Matthew 13:57 But Jesus said to them, “A prophet is not without honor, except in his own country, and in his own house” isn’t that something. There are people rooting for you.

Want to gain more skills and work on more. Here’s what you’ll need Integrity, Determination, Change, Role models/Mentors, Self Confidence, more and more Experience, and Achievement control (starve your pride and ego). Your fans are just as happy and excited for you.


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