LeBron James Hijacks His First NBA Crown

People may still hate him in Cleveland. Many disagreed with how he conducted the Decision. But you’ll be hard pressed to say he doesn’t deserve his first NBA ring. He was the best player on the best team. The remarkable thing is his dedication to get back to the Finals and do whatever it took to win. He worked on his post up game. He even shed the can’t perform in crunch time reputation by completely dominating every game. I thought he would go down as incredible for three quarters and shrink in the fourth. He proved me wrong which is very inspiring. I tend to panic and not perform the best I can in high pressure moments. If LeBron can do it, so can I!

Speaking of hijack… Lately I’ve been leaving my comfort zone. I’ve been meaning for the longest time to enter new blog niches like the one Tossing It Out belongs to. The intimidating thing here is most of the writers are excellent and even publish their own books. They are very passionate about all forms of writing ranging from poetry, non-fiction, fiction short stories, and A to Z blog challenges. In the past, I would cave under the pressure. Taking a page out of LeBron’s playbook, I’m going to do whatever it takes to improve as a person and a writer. Rather than guest post, I am looking to hijack his blog. If you are interested in discovering a new audience while having them learn more about you, visit Tossing It Out’s Hijack This Blog post.

Stay Inspired!
Buck

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6 Responses

  1. krantcents says:

    I think all of us need to stretch or raise the bar. I keep making small changes to keep myself motivated and interested. Most importantly, I learn from my mistakes, missteps and successes.

  2. Arlee Bird says:

    Thanks for the mention.
    Hope you sign up soon! Did you see the line up I have so far. I’m booked into August now and those dates will soon be filled. After that I’ll go into September. If I don’t finish my novel after all this I’ve only myself to blame.

    Lee
    Tossing It Out

  3. He was amazing. I agree with you that he certainly deserved this win.

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