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February 14, 2020

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Hail Mary has its origins in the Catholic church but has been adopted as one of the most exhilarating plays of organized American football. While this play started with a gut application and with a prayer with the ball released and eyes closed, it is actually a play that is practiced not just in games but in Life. Join us today at a Hero's journey with Dr.D as we give a life lesson that is aligned with this famous play. Click https://youtu.be/bX5HIo25TIU to see the video.

     The game of football has many different elements and one of the most vital elements are the plays amongst the years a different place have been created based on different situation one now one of the most famous plays is the hail mary yeah one of the most famous places of the hail mary's and the hail mary has life lessons as

well and today the hero's journey with dr d I'm going to explain the origins of hell it's going to be brief origins of the hail mary and the good and bad of it all let's roll all right for those of you who are clicking for the first time I'm heroes journey with Dr. D and I'm Dr.D here to aspire to encourage to motivate educate and help you get beyond your first, move creating a better mindset today if you like what you see on this on this video go-ahead and give me a like a thumbs up and go ahead and click subscribe and hit the bell for future notification of upcoming videos so you can help create a better tomorrow today with me Dr. D enjoy the video

while in 1975 roger Starbuck coined the phrase hail mary the hail mary pass or play and is now famous for igniting the very term that has been used all over for decades but in 1984 at Boston College it was just five seven well he's under six feet Doug Flutie quarterback at Boston College I don't know if he's underestimated or what but he

himself go fig in the last couple of minutes a couple of seconds of the game he threw the same pass coined the hail mary 60 yards into the end zone two through two defenders caught into in the end zone and touchdown and that in the game against no other than the Miami hurricanes were the powerhouse they were the powers it was the game was going back and forth and maybe you underestimated a Doug because he was short and he was small but the difference is he had a plan and that's what we're going to talk about while the hail mary pass is a play it has a couple of lessons that you can learn in life the question I ask is it good or is it bad was it hail mary good or bad was how you look at it based on the perspective it's based on your perspective in the clinch it was great but as a way of living not so much you have to look at it it was two different you have to look at it from two different ways in roger Starbucks time the frame he originated the hail mary pass when Doug Flutie when Doug fruity did to help mary plans it's already been done he didn't originate it but he practiced it in life there are times when you have to initiate and hail mary attitude and you have to do something in the clutch based on instinct alone gut feelings emotions drive tenacity you have to go do it but should you live your life in a habitual way like a hail mary pass every day every hour every time there's a clinch the difference between Roger Starbuck he was the originator, Doug Flutie, he practiced it it wasn't just it wasn't in the playbook but it definitely was in the practice the plan he had he had an alternative practice schedule for audibles if you all don't know what the audible is audible is doing the play because you read the defense on the cut but you practice those audibles in case you get in certain situations in the game and as we deal with the life we need to learn how to practice audibles so, therefore, our anxiety levels don't go up and we'd be always prepared for the worst case scenarios.Michael Jordan's another example he practiced harder in practice than he did in the the game so if anything came in he was always prepared for how many of you are always prepared for the long shot how many of you are always prepared for the things that seem like they're getting you down how many of you are always prepared for the rough things in life do you practice for different occasions do you practice for different situations or you allow life to come to you or the goal is to take life by the horns don't let life come to you you control the life that you live and your destiny but a lot of people live on the term of a hail mary everything they do is a gut check but it's not practiced

do you practice your hail mary's I know we practice we practice our short routes because we can see them but what about the things that you cannot see we have to protect your family you have to protect the state a city or country you have to protect your team if you consider the people that are in your house as a team then you need to be the quarterback on your gridiron are you the quarterback that you were are you controlling are you practicing your hair marriage

on the daily so you'll never be surprised of what comes up in life if you take life consciously then you'll never be best be surprised about what occurs it's not about what it comes what comes to you in life is all about how you respond Starbuck responded as a gut check because he never experienced that that situation before however he had the arm shifting capabilities uh he had to just try to throw the ball that that far he just never had the opportunity to show what he had but after that one time you better believe he practiced that play but not only did he practice that play he said a precedent that for people that came behind him practice that in their game plan or the alternative game plan because there always comes a time in life when you got to do a hail mary but the thing is are you prepared to throw the ball journeyman joining women that's the end of this video hope you received something from this content and if you like a little

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Often individuals are overcome with a thing that we call fear or is it really anxiety. I believe that these two terms are interchanged and that one is real and the other is created. I explain briefly in this video https://youtu.be/Q0-kjYSc8egmy my views of this matter of overcoming fearful thoughts.

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anger secondary emotion

H  Journeymen and journeywomen. This is a hero's journey with Dr. D  Inspiring, encouraging, motivating, and educating. Helping you get  beyond your first move. That's my goal. That's my objective and that's my purpose. But today, this is what we're talking about today. I said it before, we talked about anger. 

Anger, secondary emotion,  because we always thought that anger was the issue that a person just gets angry, angry and gets go shell.  But I'm here to tell you that's not the case.  Anger gets the bad rap. Anger is a neutral emotion.  It's a very neutral emotion. I want everybody to imagine.  If  it's angry, if you get angry. 

Generally things happen and why don't things happen because things are happening within you look at anger as the red light  It's the warning sign saying that there's something wrong underneath But also look at it as an iceberg. It's the top of the iceberg. It's saying it's right there  It's right there But there's something underneath 

Anger  is called a secondary emotion because we tend to resort to anger in order to protect ourselves or cover up,  uh, other vulnerable feelings.  And we do it. We do all the time. A primary feeling is what we try to cover up as a primary feeling. Your primary feeling is what is.  What is felt immediately before we feel anger.

If any of these feelings are intense enough, we think of the emotion as anger. So,  journeymen, journeywomen, understand this.  Anger is a secondary emotion, but the primary emotion is the emotion that we feel directly before we feel anger. Or we go to anger.  And it's a couple of things, rejection,  hurt, being scared, frustrated, and humiliation.

These are four big things  that we feel immediately before  we go to anger.  But what happens is that we don't address these things.  We just go to anger. Anger is like the iceberg. It's the peak. But also it's like a red button. The red button, the red button saying, hey, there's something's wrong. There's something wrong.

Somebody's hurt. Somebody feels rejected. Somebody feels humiliated. Somebody,  expectations not being met. It's saying that there's a problem.  But a lot of times people just not listening to it.  But you have a red button right there. It's, it's the warning sign. It's telling you that there's something going on. 

But people tend to go directly to anger. It's almost as if they get a hammer  and slam that red button.  And all they do  is get enraged.  But they don't get a solution  to the primary emotion which is causing the person. The tense emotion to go to anger.  So like I stated before,  at the beginning and the previous video,  anger is not the primary,  the anger is the secondary. 

So let's work on  the primary emotions  and learn how to deal with them appropriately.  And we can be actually better off.  There's three ways that people handle their emotions.  Uh, you have people who spew. I mean, people just cuss you out. People, the one person that hollers at them is mad.  And that type of person would be in, in psychology, it would be considered,  uh, the angry parent. 

Always fussing. Always complaining. But they get off the chest.  They don't hold the rage. They don't hold it. They give it to you and those people. You don't want to be around because they're always complaining about something, but they're complaining with such venom. And then you have  the stuffer  as first.

Just keeps the stuff inside.  It's all right. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Okay. Don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. And then you go outside. Your tires are slashed or two or three weeks later. It popped explodes. You have the passive aggressive person, who's, who's the one who always makes sarcastic remarks, always makes jokes, but really means it.

Uh, oh, it, I don't care if you was out with Susie.  You don't never spend time with me or the kids. Always make undertones. And, and then say, it's alright, it's alright. I was just playing, I was just playing. But when people say they're just playing, there's always a little bit of truth in it.  But they're angry. 

And they try to get out and smart Alec jokes, they just leak it out,  leak it out.  Unlike the spewer who just hollers it out, who screams it out.  And then the stuffer  just holds it in. And you don't know when it's coming out.  Bam, you go on the bed, I want to talk. And they just come out with a whole bunch of stuff. 

It may be a month, two weeks, three months, six months later. There are people that have been stuffing things down  for 20 years.  And everybody's getting the,  um, the backlash. Everybody's getting the backlash off of it.  So those three, those are three types  of individuals  that display their anger incorrectly. 

Cause like I stated before, anger is a neutral emotion.  But people do not know how  to funnel their anger into a righteous cause.  Funnel their anger into intense need for competition to win  with good sportsmanship.  Funnel your anger to do something that's right.  Civil, a lot of people that walk for civil, civil rights were angry.

They was angry for a change. And they focused and they walked and they made a change happen.  Utilize that anger, that neutral anger,  and fire the passion  to make a change in this world.  However,  now the thing is, is that we got three different types of inappropriate ways to display anger, but this is a way that you display proper communication. 

I actually stated that the anger can be funneled into something productive, but also when you're communicating with an individual, what you want to do is  be assertive. This is an adult like conversation. If I have an issue, if things bother me with an individual that I have to deal with, I'm working with,  or I live with, then I need to communicate my message appropriately to them. 

I need to be adult about it and be assertive in my communication.  And assertive communication  is, will be the next video that we will talk about.  One more thing, Journeymen, Journeywomen, please like, subscribe, share, comment. And you, if you find value in this video, please click down below a thumbs up. And also remember, we're doing a new thing at nine o'clock tonight. 

Put a comment down.  Put a suggestion down and we'll respond to it tonight at nine o'clock. Please put a comment down so I can have something to respond to, because if there's no comment  down below,  I won't be here  at all.  Okay. See you at nine.  And also  remember  if you wake up vertical, make it your goal in life to always persist and move forward. eading 4

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