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After all, if he was a chicken, he should behave like a chicken. Then one day an eagle flew over the farm, and the chicken-yard eagle looked up and saw him. In that moment, he realized he wanted to be like that eagle. He wanted to fly high. He wanted to go to the mountain peaks he saw in the distance. He spread his wings, which were much larger and stronger than those of his siblings. Suddenly he understood that he was like that eagle. Though he had never flown before, he possessed the instinct and the capabilities.
His story and how he developed his courage as a young man may also inspire you. 9. TEACHABILITY EXPANDS YOUR TALENT He may have been the most talented person who ever lived. At age twenty-six he was recognized as a master. But even greater than his talent were his curiosity and teachability. Those qualities elevated him from master to legend. Will they also elevate you? 10. CHARACTER PROTECTS YOUR TALENT What is the greatest threat to your talent? Lack of resources? Training? Opportunity? No, lack of character.
At the time, it seemed like little more than an outrageous statement— bravado from a high-profile athlete whose team was the underdog before the big game. It occurred on January 9, 1969, just three days before the third world championship game of football, the first that was called the Super Bowl. And it was just eight simple words uttered by the Jets’ quarterback, Joe Namath: “The Jets will win Sunday. ” That boastful statement may not seem remarkable today. Ever since the career of Muhammad Ali, bold statements by athletes have been commonplace.
Becoming a person of influence ; Talent is never enough by John C. Maxwell