Ray Lewis inspirational speech

I needed this video below, badly.

I got two friends in tough circumstances. I got more burdens on me than I feel like even dealing with — you know what it’s like when you have so many things to do that they just overwhelm you and you usually fail to even do one of them…

And I was feeling tired and lethargic and soft and stuck and lame — like this really lame sentence.

I watched the video below about thirty minutes ago and I’ve been attacking the push ups, the pull up bar, and the heavy bag ever since.

It’s easy to mock motivational videos. It’s even easier to say your situation will never change. But we can all affect our destiny at any given moment. No, we can’t all become Michael Jordan or Ray Lewis. But we can all reach for that extra ten percent. For that extra inch right in front of our face.

Do it for your family. Do it for friends. Do it for yourself.

Keep the faith, my fellow members of Mitchell’s Militia,

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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2 responses to “Ray Lewis inspirational speech

  1. Stan – If that doesn’t get your motor moving, nothing will. Need to share that with my grandsons. Great wisdom and really well said.
    S/F
    OG

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