When we train our bodies and educate our minds, we develop 2/3 of our strength. That means we are operating at only part of our total cacacity. At times, depending on our competition, we still win inspite of that. If we win a race, beat a tough opponent, set a new personal record, or other great accomplishment we should feel great for more than a few moments in time. Many times we don’t, perhaps there is a solution.
“The End of Reason” by Ravi Zacharias
“Wooden” by John Wooden & Steve Jamison
“Failing Forward” by John Maxwell
“The Barbarian Way” by Erwin Raphael McManus
“Epic” by John Eldridge
“Quiet Strength” by Tony Dungy
“Tender Warrior” by Stu Weber
This is a good place to find those books.
For all of our troops
For the guys
For the gals