Matthew M. Dobson

About your company.

The Old Man, the Boy and the 토토커뮤니티 Donkey

 

Ron McKeefery

Vice President of Performance & Education -
PLAE


An old man, a boy and a donkey were going to town.
The boy rode on the donkey and the old man walked. As they
went along, a passerby remarked, “What a shame that the boy
makes that old man walk.”

Maybe he’s right, thought the man and the boy. So they
stopped and switched places, then proceeded on. Before long,
people began to gossip again. “Look how tired the little boy is,”
they said. “Why would that man make him walk?”

So the man and the boy decided they’d both walk 먹튀사이트. But
once again, their approach was questioned. “Are they stupid?
Why aren’t they riding that perfectly good donkey?”

That also seemed sensible, so the man and the boy both
climbed onto the donkey and continued on their way.

Once again, it wasn’t long before someone commented,
“How awful to put such a load on that poor donkey.” The man
and the boy then decided to carry the donkey. But as they
crossed a bridge, they lost their grip and the animal fell into
the river, where it drowned.

The moral of the story? If you try to please everyone,
you might as well kiss your ass goodbye.


Athlete Huddle

Who are some of the outside influences on your playing
career, and how have you allowed and/or prevented them
from taking control?


Coach Huddle

Has there been a time in your career when you didn’t
follow your heart and tried to please others instead?

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