Peter Ross, a famous baseball player I've never met, taught me something very valuable and changed my life. Peter was interviewed in spring training. That year, he was about to break ty Cobb's record setting record.
A reporter blurted out: "Pete, you only need click through rate to break the record. How many atbat do you think you need to get it Hit rate "Pete didn't hesitate to stare at the reporter and, importantly," the reporter yelled, "ah, come on, Pete, you don't want to get a hit rate in atbats." do you want it? " Mr. rose calmly shared his philosophy with reporters in the crowd, who anxiously waited for his answer to the seemingly boastful statement: "every time I stand in front of the plate, if I don't want to be hit, I don't have the right to stand in the batter's position." "if I go up and hope to be hit," he went on, "then I probably didn't get a prayer of success It's a positive expectation that makes me click all the time.
"When I think about Peter Roth's philosophy and how it's applied to everyday life, I feel a little embarrassed as a businessman. I hope as a father, I want to be a good father, a married man, I want to be a good husband. The fact is that I'm a qualified salesman, I'm not a bad father, I'm a good husband, and I immediately decided that it's not enough to be good.
I want to be a great salesman, a great father and a great husband. I changed my attitude, a positive expectation, and the result was great. I was lucky to win several sales trips, and I won coach of the year in my son's Baseball League, my wife and I My son Karen has a loving relationship and I hope to marry her for the rest of my life.
Thank you, Mr. rose.
When it comes to roommates, people tend to have high expectations. They're looking forward to an instant best friend, a forever partner, or someone who can eat together in a restaurant, which may actually be in the first few weeks, although each of you will start to get to know other people through class, participate in activities, and see each other less and less often Students and roommates get along well. In fact, many people form lifelong friendships.
It's important that, like others, your relationship with your roommate will develop and change as you get to know each other.
Every year, I am looking forward to the Spring Festival. My parents work far away from home. They come back once or twice a year.
Every time they go home, they bring me dirty things. When I was young, they buy toys, new clothes and shoes for me. They often buy books for me.
They say that reading more is good for me. They hope I can learn more from them The time together is always very happy, but it is very short. They only have half a month at home.
I hope they can stay at home longer.