Power Message: Power Through #realsw30

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I grew up in a football watching family. I learned to appreciate the power and strength of running backs like Jim Brown, Larry Csonka, John Riggins, and Earl Campbell. Some of you are too young to know who they are, but I am sure you recognize the power of running backs Christian Okoye and Jerome Bettis. These men were known as power running backs. They would get the ball in short yardage situations and run straight up the middle.

They would push with their powerful legs, stay low to the ground and drive into a mass of bodies in an attempt to get one, two or three yards for a first down or touchdown. The obstacle they faced was a wall of shear muscle mass and weight; two opposing forces pushing with each side trying to gain the advantage.

Inevitably, the power back would find an opening or stay behind one of their lineman to Power Through the line reaching their goal. Today the message for all of you is to Power Through. Although it may seem as if you are up against an inpenetrable wall, use your skills and your support to Power Through to your goal.

If you are tired of being held back and you want to reach your professional goals, click this link to set up a 30 minute consulation.

I help social workers and other professionals to “get through the day without losing it.” I would love to hear from you. You may join the conversation by commenting on this post on our Facebook fan page REAL Social Workers Online Magazine, joining the “Social” Social Workers Project or connecting with me on LinkedIn. Learn more about HappyHalfHour.club and receive notifications about our 7 day “Get Through the Day Without Losing It” challenge.

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