It's a very quiet day.
(Ken) is the best team owner that anyone could ever have. He has a level head and a very calming influence that keeps us all grounded.
When your friend and best client asks you to help his friend, you do it.
It's fun. Just being able to do it.
We have 50 percent of the units reserved and that's very exciting.
If the fans aren't enjoying this points race this year they're not paying attention. This is like a toe-to-toe heavyweight fight. Kurt has the best car right now. I can't seem to put any space between us. He's been storming up behind us in the points. I had to win just to hold him off.
I had never even heard of cross country. I had to go to Barnes & Nobles and start reading. The first few meets, I didn't know what I was doing.
We are dedicated to helping every patient we can. Please pray for these people. And please partner with us to help make this happen.
You come, you unload and on Friday you have a single night session right away that could determine the pole.
I'm proud of Richie for coming up here and running like he did. I wish he could have won it, to be honest, but you've got to do your best every time.
I didn't plan on doing this one, but my wife wanted to do it because it's local. So, I decided to do it with her.
The relationships we have with the world are largely determined by the relationships we have with ourselves.
The concept of total wellness recognizes that our every thought, word, and behavior affects our greater health and well-being. And we, in turn, are affected not only emotionally but also physically and spiritually.
The perfect no-stress environment is the grave. When we change our perception we gain control. The stress becomes a challenge, not a threat. When we commit to action, to actually doing something rather than feeling trapped by events, the stress in our life becomes manageable.
When we are motivated by goals that have deep meaning, by dreams that need completion, by pure love that needs expressing, then we truly live life.
Stop the mindless wishing that things would be different. Rather than wasting time and emotional and spiritual energy in explaining why we don't have what we want, we can start to pursue other ways to get it.
Let's face it. In most of life we really are interdependent. We need each other. Staunch independence is an illusion, but heavy dependence isn't healthy, either. The only position of long-term strength is interdependence: win/win.
You can't expect to prevent negative feelings altogether. And you can't expect to experience positive feelings all the time. The Law of Emotional Choice directs us to acknowledge our feelings but also to refuse to get stuck in the negative ones.
The Law of Win/Win says, ''Let's not do it your way or my way; let's do it the best way.
When we blame, we give away our power.