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Ainno sports if you broke!

There’s been a lot of talk about sports lately....NBA finals...World Cup....NFL starting So here are my thoughts and you may disagree... Quite frankly, I don’t give a damn who wins what!
If you like sports, that’s ok.
Everyone needs to have some type of entertainment. But if you’re broke… and you find yourself worried about the bills and not having enough money all the time… yet you’re spending all your time watching ESPN, you’ve got a problem.
Nah, I didn't see every game of the finals. I don't know everybody's stats. Why you worried about everybody else's stats and you don't even have stats yourself? You're insolvent watching millionaires make millions on tv and get paid handsomely while your kid has has to watch you watch their greatness instead of watching your greatness!
You’ve got to stop watching
sports. Instead, you need to start new habits that would move you towards a better life. Then as a reward, you can watch a few minutes of sports here and there.
Spend time moving
towards your goals. Over time, what you’ll notice is your daily habits of success will add up. And before you know it, you can live a much better life with a lot less stress. Just remember this. If your life stinks, 9 times outta 10 it’s your own damn n fault.
So start practicing your daily habits of success now and cut out your habits that don’t serve you.
Then maybe your kids will be able to watch your greatness one day...and talk about how great you are...and how great you did for your family...and your stats..

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