You’re Not Too Old To Add Dreams & Clear Goals

“Break out of it or grow out of it.” – Raj Gavurla

Hey Friends,

I hope you and your family are well during the pandemic.

As you grow older be sure to add dreams and clear goals.  You are never too old to add dreams and clear goals.  Sports often breaks barriers that have societal ramifications.  Although George Blanda was 48 years of age, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with Tom Brady, age 43, as their quarterback are in the Super Bowl against the Buffalo Bills. It’s the first time a team has home field advantage.

But while Brady looked 43 last week, he came out this Sunday and clinically led the Bucs to a touchdown on their first drive, converting three third-downs in the process. Their second touchdown came after a 52-yard connection to Chris Godwin, notable after a game last week when it felt as though there was a force field preventing passes that might seek to sail 20 yards beyond the line of scrimmage. It really started to feel like Brady’s day in the final seconds of the first half, when the Bucs decided to go for it on fourth-and-four with 13 seconds left, instead of punting, then Brady took a shot to Scotty Miller on the next play. The result was a 39-yard TD.  BY 

What’s the significance for you?  As you grow older you have more dreams and clear goals to live and achieve.  Use your emotion, mental, and physical abilities.  In some instances you’ve already done the quality repetitions so learn to add new quality repetitions that benefit you, your family, and your team.

Live for achieving your dreams and clear goals!

Our Introductory Clinic for your fitness, health/wellness, career, school, or camaraderie.  Bonus: Solve injuries from the past, strengthen and prevent injuries, and its affect on your human performance & life at home, in your workplace, and doing your hobbies.

Here is our Introductory Clinic on Human Performance/Life Development & Breakthroughs available for you to see the outline and schedule. LiiiVEN is grateful to partner with Greenville Running Company.

Here’s the link you need to see the outline: Raj Gavurla, LiiiVEN, Partnering With Jeff Milliman, Greenville Running Company

“The Zone” (Individual) & “The Zone Effect” (Organization/Team/Teammates) Continuum:

“The Zone” & “The Zone Effect” is described as making performance development, breakthroughs, records, everything is in slow motion (everything slows down), time stands still (isn’t a deterring factor), distance stands still (isn’t a deterring factor) and your life and performance feels effortless (weightless).  Neither is repeatable.  You are growing as a person, interconnected with your life, business, and sport(s); Your “The Zone Effect” Development, Breakthroughs, and Records.

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Take a look at my one sheet to help you, your organization, and your team.

You’re welcome to contact me at 864.569.2315 or to help you.

Your Most Recent “The Zone” & “The Zone Effect” Development, Breakthroughs, Records 

What development, breakthroughs, and records are important for you to achieve?  Please send me a personal message and I will reply.

“What you do every day matters more than what you do once in a while.” – Gretchen Rubin

If interested, for your specific situation contact me at 864.569.2315, to help you, your organization, and your team.

About the Author Raj Gavurla

Raj helps and works with individuals, teams, and athletes that want to experience human performance, life, organizational development and breakthroughs interconnected with your life, business, and sports.

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