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How can we make it priceless?

Dear player,

Your imagination can convince you there is a lion in the woods when no such thing even exists where you live. All can relate to the adventure it creates when you are in the dark.

So we know your imagination can instill fear, but what else?

As a player I continue to go back to what I imagine winning a national championship is like. When I was in High School I repeatedly fixed my thoughts on the thrill of playing in front of thousands of fans on the biggest stage. My imagination, as real as my thoughts of a lion in the woods, is inspiring instead of crippling.

There is a HUGE difference between someone who uses their imagination as a weapon, and someone who gets used by it.

Personally, I see a lacrosse community in Cincinnati that is thriving with passionate players who desire to pursue their fullest potential in life and lacrosse! My imagination is inspiring.

The flip side of the coin is the player who imagines themselves missing the first catch of practice, or getting beat for an important goal. These thoughts are not just ‘make believe,’ they are likely destined to manifest into reality depending on the intensity of which we imagine them.

Dive deeper. Do we want our imagination to manifest?

Would our lives be better or worse?

What you imagine will dictate what you are able to endure while you are on the journey. There are certain pursuits that nobody could convince me to stop purely because of what I imagine at the end.

Is your dream up for sale?

Because life will give you plenty of excuses to sell to. It's the clearly seen and felt dream that is priceless.

Many suffer from a poverty of imagination. Practice dreaming again. This is how you begin to create a princess life.

Keep going - Keep growing.

Live on purpose,

Henry Schertzinger

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