Winning Attitude Prerequisites

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Attitude, Blog

Since my strong, pre crash self image was based on what I had and what I did, when my crash changed what I had and what I did, it also changed who I was. I didn’t know who I was. My crash stole my identity. I needed a new self. We’ve all heard someone say, “If I could live life again, I’d do it differently. I wouldn’t waste so much time. I’d really apply myself

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Speaking about Winning Attitudes

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog

Since my winning, pre-crash self image was based on what I had and what I did, when my crash changed what I had and what I did, it also changed my self image. Suddenly I was embarrassed to be me. My crash stole my identity by stealing my winning self image. I needed a new self image. I needed a new self. I needed to rebuild myself. We’ve all heard someone say, “If I could

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Choose A Winning Attitude

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Attitude, Blog

Why are we who are we?   Are we products of our environments? Our families? Our friends? Our possessions? Our choices? The situations we’re born into? Our inherited intelligence and tendencies? Our likeability? Our willingness or our willfulness? Our luck or our lack of luck? What we choose to focus our energy on? Who we associate with?   We’re not responsible for the disabilities we’re handed at birth or by fate. We are responsible for

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Choosing A Winning Attitude

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog

Why are we who are we?  Why are we who we are? Are we products of our environments? Our families? Our friends? Our possessions? Our choices? The situations we’re born into? Our inherited intelligence and tendencies? Our likeability? Our willingness or our willfulness? Our luck or our lack of luck? What we choose to focus our energy on? Who we associate with? We’re not responsible for the disabilities we’re handed at birth or by fate.

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Winning Attitude

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog

Why are we who we are? Who’s responsible? Are we products of our environments? Our families? Our friends? Or is everything summed up like Grandma Moses said, “Life is what you make it, always has been and always will be.” our inherited tendencies? Our likability? Our willingness or our willfulness? Who we know? Where we live? What we drive? Our luck or our lack of luck? What we choose to focus our energy on? Who

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The ABCs of Winning

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog

Why are we who we are? Who’s responsible?  Are we products of our environments? Our families? Our friends? Our possessions? Our choices? The situations we’re born into? Our inherited intelligence and tendencies? Our likeability? Our willingness or our willfulness? Who we know? Where we live? What we drive? Our luck or our lack of luck? What we choose to focus our energy on? Who we associate with?   No, ultimately, we are influenced by all

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Winning Challenged

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Acceptence, Attitude, Blog, Optimism, Sucess

    “Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.” –M. Kathleen Casey   Have you ever asked for something you ended up not wanting? I not only asked to see Harborview Hospital’s chief neurosurgeon, I insisted on it. Finally he visited my room. He was a big rough-looking man, but as he stood beside my bed, he looked more like a truant student called into the principal’s office. My speech was garbled. I had to point

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Winning Attitude Challenge

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog

  “Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.” –M. Kathleen Casey Have you ever asked for something you ended up not wanting? With my still movable right hand, I pointed out letters on an alphabet, asking Harborview Hospital’s chief nuerosurgeon how long it would be before I could walk and drive again. The noises coming from the hospital hallway seemed to fall silent. I held my breath. My beating heart pounded nails into my coffin as he slowly said,

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A Winner’s Drive to Drive

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog

I used to be a lot younger. 30 years ago, like any 18 year old guy who spends thousands of dollars customizing his Camaro, I loved to drive! Even a motorcycle crash leaving me brain damaged and half paralyzed couldn’t keep me from driving.   But Harborview Hospital doesn’t have a driver retraining program, plus my doctors were saying I’d never be able to drive again. So, after my release, I visit a Seattle hospital that does have a driver

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Driving Attitudes Drive

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog

My thoughts used to be a lot younger. 30 years ago, like any 18 year old guy who spends thousands of dollars customizing his Camaro, I loved to drive! Even a motorcycle crash leaving me brain damaged and half paralyzed couldn’t kill my love of driving. . But Harborview Hospital doesn’t have a driver retraining program, plus my doctors were saying I’d never be able to drive again. So, after my release, I visit a Seattle hospital that does have a

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