Full of shit?
I start off all my speeches with the same thing, “I’m full of shit.”
Why do I say full of shit? Because I wrote a book called Connected To Goodness: Manifest Everything You Desire In Life and Business–if I could actually do that, I probably wouldn’t be here.
I would quickly win the Pick Six or the Mega Millions and I’d be out of here. I no longer believe that I’m full of shit since I can manifest the Cleveland Cavaliers’ championship. I brought Ohio its first major sports title in 52 years.
Check that. I am full of shit. I didn’t manifest it.
The “King” did! LeBron James, unanimously named the MVP of the Finals for the third time following a narrow win over Golden State in Game Seven on Sunday, was the one who manifested what he desires. This win may have given me my second best Father’s Day ever, considering my middle daughter Mia was born on Father’s Day as well. Over the seven-game series, James was dominant, averaging 29.7 points, 11.3 rebounds, and 8.9 assists, with an effective field goal percentage of 53.3%.
Not shitty stats
He became the third player to record a triple-double in Game Seven of the Finals, joining Jerry West in 1969 and James Worthy in 1988. The Cavs slogged through doubt, rose to Golden State’s challenge, and were able to manifest this unbelievable feat. The Cavs battled coaching changes. They battled uncertainty. They battled doubt. They pushed past it and accomplished their goal. LeBron James got to celebrate the day with his children after he won. The most amazing thing about LeBron James to me was that he led in the Finals these categories: points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks.
This was an unbelievable performance which cemented LeBron James as the King. He showed everybody what a true well-rounded basketball player is. He showed that his motivation wasn’t self. He has been to six championships and won rings with the Miami Heat. The real motivation for LeBron was to bring home a title to our birthplace, Akron, Ohio. Congratulations, LeBron, you prove I’m not full of shit (this time) and manifest everything you desire in life and business. Happy Father’s Day!
By: David Meltzer