Behind every cheerleader who believes in herself is a cheer mom who believed in her first shirt, women’s v-neck
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Seems to me that we were from one extreme to another. Do you want to impress people with this speech? 10 thousand hours or 20 hours to learn something. Behind every cheerleader who believes in herself is a cheer mom who believed in her first shirt It doesn’t have sense. Who wants to learn something just need to have fun! When you are having fun, time just disappears and what is going to happen for sure is that you are going better and better.
Behind every cheerleader who believes in herself is a cheer mom who believed in her first shirt
Such astounding advice, plain, simple and to the point. Nothing difficult, or over thought of or about. Sometimes we think it takes something difficult to get started. And it’s not like what he’s saying hasn’t been said before because it has by so many people who refuse to let anyone stop them from doing what they’ve been called to do. No excuses, just a made up mind. Totally, completely agree with this. The most important part is being able to visualize yourself doing whatever your ultimate goal is. Behind every cheerleader who believes in herself is a cheer mom who believed in her first shirt Then working backwards to where you’re at. The second most important is not being afraid to fail at what you’re trying to achieve. We learn far more from failing than we ever do from being successful. The third is never ever giving up. Nothing worth doing is ever easy… Or everyone would be doing it
Take it and enjoy with this item
I see by the responses that some are bothered by the 20 hrs. If we care about something and put in the 20 hrs more than likely we will keep doing the thing after learning how to do it. As we add time daily we will get better and better. All journeys have to have a starting point. If we never start then nothing will ever happen. This is complete nonsense. There are all kinds of things that require physical or mental conditioning just to sustain. This guy is oversimplifying. They used surfing as a visual. Can you call yourself a surfer in 20 hours? Try surfing 10+ foot waves. Forget being good, try not to die. How about the mental strength and physical abuse necessary to perform long distance running? How about chess?
You can learn how the pieces move, sure. Maybe beat a complete amateur. Does that make you a chess player? Can you call yourself a good chess player? Can you call yourself good at anything in 20 hours? Lets put this theory to the test. What stakes would you wager that you can get really good at something in 20 hours? Would you wager money? Try to learn to play poker in 20 hours and go to a casino? Would you wager your reputation? Would you wager your life? This should be “learn how to fake it in no time flat!