Interesting choice of language attributed on the telly just now to Arsene Wenger saying that as a footballer you become the finished article at 23.
Seems to me that one of the key qualities of any high performer in any walk of life is their constant and never-ending search for improvement. In this and I suspect if your anything like me, there's some unhelpful stuff that you're currently doing that you can stop doing, there's bound to be some new and helpful stuff that you can start doing, and equally there's bound to be some good stuff that you're already doing so continue on with it.
But the minute we think of ourselves as the finished article, it's time to hang up the boots, the racket, the pen, or whatever...
Becoming of course, is always better than being.
Hi all Everyballers,
Berkhamsted Raiders football club have extended us an opportunity to make the most of Free cardiac screening at Berkhamsted Raiders this Saturday. Please see below if interested:
Every week in the UK at least 12 presumed fit and healthy young people die of undiagnosed heart conditions.
Berkhamsted Raiders offers all current and former Raiders from the age of 14 – 35 years the opportunity to undergo cardiac screening through the Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) screening programme. The screening day is this Saturday between 9am and 5pm at Ashlyns School.
We have 30 UNFILLED SCREENING SLOTS. So, we are making the screening AVAILABLE TO ANYONE 14 – 35 years in the local area
if you would like your son or daughter to be screened, please email email@example.com NOW and we will email you a password which will allow you to go onto the CRY website and book a slot to be screened. The test is painless, non-invasive and takes only a few minutes to perform.
Berkhamsted Raiders is funding the screening day. It's free of charge. But we do invite parents to make a voluntary donation of £35 to cover the cost, if they wish.