Rolling into a new season I have been practically hanging out in a place no man should go for the last three weeks. It has been a grueling and humiliating place to be-especially on the lanes I’m traveling.
I would hit the right spot and still miss the mark, not reaching my expected end.
I was becoming distraught. There was no fun to be had. An idea appeared–try something new—the way you move your feet, the way you move your hand.
I dismissed the idea and continued down the familiar path. Doing the same thing brought the same results-missing this mark, missing that mark, missing all the marks.
Someone witnessed my distress and gave me a piece of advice. Much to my surprise the advice was the same that I previously rejected.
CHANGE YOUR WAYS!
This time I followed the advice. It worked. I saw results—more strikes and spares that I was expecting before but didn’t get.
A great revelation came to me.
THIS IS NEW SEASON. LAST SEASON’S WAYS WON’T WORK IN THE NEW SEASON. EVEN IN BOWLING.