Hard to believe I'm coming up on a one-year anniversary. On March 22 of last year we were rehearsing Wipeout at the old Elks Club in downtown Kingman when I had one as well. Two of my bandmates, the ambulance first-responders and the staff at Kingman Regional Hospital saved my life. So, when they asked me if I'd return to the scene of the crime to raise money for heart defibulaters, I really couldn't say no.
So, without further ado:
"The key to developing the "No" muscle is to first develop your "Yes" muscle. If you will first say yes to the things that are important to you, then saying no to what's not important will get easier and easier."