This past weekend we were at New Mexico watching the state tournament. Our Sole purpose for going was to find players who ran the walk and give them the “go all out be all in award”.
We were happy to see that there were several players that could have won this award in each division, and although it made the decision hard on our end, we were pleased to see so many players giving all that they had for their respective teams.
Ricky was someone we had absolutely no intention of stumbling upon. His Dance, Smile, and way he lit up the pit like no one else, was something we could not go without applauding. Ricky helped boost spirits as he cheered elida on to the state championship.
What do you do with your time?
The New Year is in full effect and there is just one simple question you have to ask yourself. If we think about a week long, we tend to think 7 days. Thinking about 7 days, the thought is never 168 hours, and it most certainly isn’t 10,080 minutes. Think about how many minutes that is and now ask yourself, Have I given it my all for all those minutes?
The saying is true, every successful person has the exact same amount of time as anyone else. It’s how the successful utilize their time that sets them apart. The 10,080 minutes we get week-in and week-out determine the direction our life is heading, good or bad.
The team at Run The Walk are excited about all the things we have been working on for the year 2013! It has been one heck of a ride thus far and we have handled every situation with a RTW mentality. With camps this year coming up for our Wounded Warriors, clinics in New York, and huge strides being made towards our clothing line, we know that the hard work is paying off.
The year is fresh, and with it comes the opportunity to change. But just remember, when talking about change, the people who are most successful with change take things one day at a time. The minutes in one day are what need to be focused on to achieve the large outcome. 24 hours at a time, each of the 1,440 minutes counts, to head down the road that leads to your dreams.
Until next time,
The Documentary of A.J. Bramlett
This is a story of a kid that came from an area that no one really recognizes as a place to get major talent. Fighting all odds, and persevering through the doubt, A.J. surpassed most everyone’s expectations with the game of basketball.
His ability to rise and grind day in and day out leaves me inspired and teaches us to make the best of situations and believe in ourself to achieve the goal we want. Check out the trailer of “Relentless”
70 Players came from all over the state of NM and west TX to showcase their skills in the RM Hoops event. College coaches from all over were able to stream live thanks to Proview Networks. The Event was a success, as all the players left it out on the court. At the end of the day they could say they did Run The Walk.