Ian Holloway memberi kita nya League Football prediksi play-off

M88 sport kami mencoba untuk mengubah hal-hal ketika kami pergi ke sana untuk mendapatkan gaji ke tingkat yang dapat diterima dan mendapatkan beberapa pemain muda di tim, yang memiliki rasa lapar yang tepat. Mereka tampak di tempat yang jauh lebih baik sekarang daripada ketika saya pertama kali berjalan di meskipun liga yang lebih rendah. Dengan salah satu dari mereka di ruang istirahat, seluruh klub yang menarik ke arah yang benar dan mereka harus mendapatkan pekerjaan yang dilakukan di Den.

m88 taruhan sport saya terpesona oleh Barnsley pada Sabtu – mereka yang sensasional dan Sam Winnall mereka bisa memiliki pemain terbaik di League One. Tidak hanya dia mesin gol, ia juga dapat mengatur rekan satu timnya juga. Cara dia menarik bola kembali untuk Adam Hammill untuk memaksa sendiri-gol itu sama-sama mengesankan seperti dua gol.

Walsall taktis seluruh tempat. Mereka mencoba untuk bermain berlebih-lebihan dan tidak memcahkan dampak penonton tuan rumah dan situasi – kadang-kadang Anda harus lebih berhati-hati. Mereka sekarang memiliki gunung untuk mendaki melawan tim Barnsley yang telah menunjukkan bentuk promosi otomatis di liga sejak Natal.

Accrington berada di perahu yang sama seperti Brighton. Mereka terjawab di promosi otomatis oleh kulit gigi mereka dan sekarang mereka menatap ke bawah laras play-off patah hati.

Namun, saya punya begitu banyak waktu untuk manajer mereka John Coleman dan saya bisa melihat mereka sampai ke Wembley. Meskipun mereka kehilangan pada hari terakhir, Coleman masih memiliki cukup kelas untuk mengirim txt untuk manajer Bristol Rovers Daryl Clarke mengatakan selamat. Aku punya titik lemah untuk Accrington dan meskipun Neil Ardley telah melakukan pekerjaan yang luar biasa di Wimbledon, saya pikir orang-orang Coleman pantas untuk naik.

The Nine Qualities Of A Champion

The Power of Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding is always in the minds of those that are ready to learn more in the right direction.

‘Buy the Truth and do Not Sell It; get Wisdom, Discipline and Understanding’

Honesty and Integrity are very important to the life of a champion.

A champion usually stands out from the crowd. He comes first in competitions due to his consistent practice and improvement that perfects his work which produces excellence.

In this piece, a champion would be viewed as one who wins in the race of life; that makes others successful through his lifestyle and consistently brings joy into people’s lives.

Victories do not shun applause and trophies do not ridicule praises. Success is a father to all, while failure is often an orphan. Success is a learn-able skill, everyone is bound to succeed.

Some people do not understand what success really is. They rush into business or job and when things fail to meet their expectations; they quickly conclude that such does not worth the stress.

‘To be great in life is not accumulation of wealth; but what you have in your heart and the positive impact your lifestyle creates in others’.

Success goes with patience, tolerance, perseverance and determination to develop to the stage or level of wealth.

The 9 Qualities Of A Champion

No champion therefore celebrates his victory and success alone for the process of his journey was noted by people around him or her, so anyone who does that is far from being a champion.

A champion is an optimist who looks at the bright side of life and ignores the dark. People have failed to understand this, they keep on roaming in the dark of their past by accusing others of their misfortunes and they allowed these things to weigh them down. They become the complaint types that never see anything good in what others do.

A champion is a positive thinker.

He clings to successful thought and fills his mind with optimism.

He is not discouraged by failures, problems and troubles on his way to success but strengthened by them.

He ignores the side attractions, the gloom, the discouragements and frustration sprung up from business; job and relationships.

A champion’s lifestyle brings happiness and peace to people around him or her.

He thinks of others first before himself.

He is not self-centered in all he does. He is an open-minded person who listens to all; and he is not a miser.

Take a look again on the qualities of a champion, do you think that you possess these qualities to make you become a champion in life? Are you willing to take the appropriate measures to enable you possess these qualities?

Create Beacons to Keep You on Track – And in Alignment With Your Purpose

I was working with a client in a book writing program, and she was having a hard time figuring out what she wanted to write about. However, one theme that kept popping up for her was that she was passionate about people’s stories being told. “There are all these stories out there, and they just need to be told!” she’d say over and over.

It was pretty obvious to me that telling other people’s stories was what she needed to write. At first, she didn’t agree. “That’s not good enough. It needs to be bigger.”

Really? Isn’t that what a lot of books are about, in one form or another? Telling others’ stories, stories that need to be – must be – told?

That idea, that passion, was a beacon for her. And as such, she used it to help guide her. Not so much as a sign post far ahead that she would move toward, but more as a lamppost that shines its light and guides the way.

We all have those beacons. Some of us call beacons purpose or passion. Whatever you call it, use it as a guiding light, something that will hold the light and the focus for you whenever you feel you are losing your way.

My beacon? That most entrepreneurs have amazing content inside them, begging to come out, and I can help them manifest that content into articles, products, programs, workshops, exercises, worksheets… whatever the best form for that content.

As a big-picture thinker and high-level strategist, it’s easy for me to see that for my clients. Probably because these concepts and passions are such a part of them that they can’t see them.

In talking with another client about writing website copy for her new website, I mentioned the idea of a beacon – why she was passionate about her business and what she wanted to convey to her potential customers – and use that to guide what she wrote.

And then there’s the idea of personal beacons that guide us. I call them core values, and they serve as my guide in life. I can look at them if I’m conflicted or needing to pick a direction. They light my way.

What are your beacons and how do you define them?

First, what are your core values? What are those concepts that are at the top of your belief system as well as what guides you? For me, it’s connection, intensity, sacred space (my top three).

Second, what do you want to be known for in the world? If you can, distill this into one sentence. Bonus tip: once you can do this, it’s much easier for OTHER people to refer you… “Oh, she is THE person who does _____.” Yes, you want this. For me, it’s to help people see the possibilities in the work they do… and then content/programs/products they can create out of it.

Third, what are your successes? Yes, you have them. What are you good at? What do people tell you that it’s just amazing you can do such and such a thing? What are you proud of?

Finally, put all that together and come up with your beacon or beacons (you may have more than one). Print out your beacon on a sign or write on a card. USE your beacon.

And let that beacon guide you, especially if things look a little dark.