What Billy Cox’s Champion Creed Can Teach Us About Happiness and Relationships

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I am up and running again.  At least I found out it was not me that messed up my PC; My Hard Drive need replaced.

The hard drive is like our brain, it holds all the information that we feed our PC. This not so technical person learned something new.  How great is that?

 I want to start my new Hard Drive out right and feed it only positive information.  After all it is like our brain and we want to feed and nourish them with positive information.

First I want to start off by reciting the Champions Creed by Billy Cox  and I would like my readers to print this out and read it at least once a day for the next 30 days, so we can all become the best we can be.

Inside of me is a CHAMPION.
I am a force for good, never bad
I lead, never follow.
What has limited me before is now in the past.
I have the power to Dream…I dream It.
I have the power to Build…I Build it.
I have the power to Live…I Live it.
I have the power to Give…I Give it.
TODAY IS A NEW DAY!
I work harder and play smarter.
Temporary setbacks only make me better.
Every setback prepares me for a bigger comeback.
I am a force in motion and with emotion.
I am bold and confident, positive and persistent.
I cannot be distracted
I never give up, I never give in.
I love my team and together we win.
I am a champion!

This creed refers to a TEAM, this is what any relationship is “A TEAM”.  Let’s keep this close to our hearts and in our minds as we build and strength our relationships and Find the Happiness!

So tell me, “Is today the day to try something new and live life to the fullest?”

 

 

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  1. I’m living it, imagining it, doing it…thankyou Debbie
    be good to yourself
    David

  2. Dear Debbie –

    Glad you are up and running in this period of replacing EVERYTHING as soon as possible.

    I hav found that a computer lasts about three years.

    Do you remember when you did not even have to think of replaceing a refrigerator – or a furnace for 20 years?

    I replaced my furnace a couple of year ago after 52 years. It ws still working but the furnace guy said, “Just don’t go out of town in the winter.”

    Here’s to many more years for your hard drive. We are rooting for you.

    Keep on keeping on.

    • Debbie Bills
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      Hi Corinne,

      I am hoping it will last. If I think about it I believe it has been between 2 and 3 years. What a pain, but hey I have learned a little more patience. Guess we are all suppose to have those, “patiences,’.

      As for furnace ours went out this winter too. had to spent on very cool night. They just don’t make things like they use too.
      Does that me that we are better made than the younger generation? LOL

      I could help myself, I had to throw that one in. OOPS!

      Thank you for rooting for me. Andrew had to help me clean up a few things this morning.,
      Blessing to you,
      Debbie

  3. Nancy Shields says:

    You got it Girlfriend!

    Glad you are feeding positive things to the hard drive – it’s healthier and maybe it will last the 20 years like Corinne’s furnace or refrigerator…:)

    Thanks for sharing the words of wisdom,
    Nancy

    • Debbie Bills
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      Hi Nancy,

      I can only hope, but in 20 years I can not even wonder where technicaly by than. that is a scary thought. Maybe the positve will help it lots.
      Thank you Nancy for stopping in to my place.
      Blessings and hugs,
      Debbie

  4. I love these words. Joel Osteen talks about speaking the blessing. This is a great example. And I love the word Champion. The phrasing is great–“I” claim all these things, I give it, I do it, etc. This is a keeper. Thanks.

    • Debbie Bills
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      Hi Galen,

      Thank you for adding your comment. I like this, “I claim all these things, I give it, I do it.” You have a wonderful day and hope your Easter was wonderful.
      Blessings always,
      Debbie

  5. Hi Debbie,

    Yep today is a new a day that we all should take advantage of. No reason to stay focusing on the past and what didn’t go right. Let’s take advantage of today and make the best out of it. 😉 Thanks for sharing my friend

    • Debbie Bills
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      Hi Dia,

      You are welcome Dia. What is in the past we learn from and move forward. Makes life much simplier and easier. Focus on today, we never know about tomorrow.
      Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week.
      Blessings to you,
      Debbie

  6. Hi Debbie,

    Love this one. It definitely should be read everyday! Celebrating today and letting go of our past is the way to a life of joy and meaning. Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Debbie Bills
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      Hi Cathy,

      You are welcome. We all need a daily dose of inspirations. Teh world is our play ground and we have to remember to always enjoy it and know that we have a champion in each of us.
      Blessings to you,
      Debbie

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