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THE THINGS WE THINK AND DO NOT SAY "Jerry Maguire"

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Published on Nov 20, 2012

OBESITY EXPERTS that are OBESE remain unchallenged. We think it but we rarely say it. I lost 80 pounds by finding they that did the same.




WE DO NOT OWN THIS CONTENT, IT IS TO DEMONSTRATE TALENT AND GENIUS OF THOSE INVOLVED IN ITS CREATION.
As it was in the feature film:
"Who had I become? Just another shark in a suit? Two days later, at our corporate conference in Miami, a breakthrough. Breakdown? Break-through. I couldn't escape one- simple- thought. I hated myself... no-no-no here's what it was: I hated my place... in the world. I had so much to say and no one to listen, and then it happened. It was the oddest, most unexpected thing. It was the oddest, most unexpected thing. I began writing what they call a Mission Statement not a memo, a mission statement, you know, a suggestion for the future of our company. A night like this doesn't come along very often, I seized it. What started out as one page became twenty five. Suddenly, I was my fathers son again. I was remembering the simple pleasures of this job, how I ended up here out of law school, the way a stadium sounds when one of my players performs well on the field... the way we are meant to protect them in health and in injury. With so many clients we had forgotten what was important. I wrote and wrote and wrote and wrote... and I'm not even a writer. I was remembering the words of the original sports agent my mentor the late great Dicky Fox who said, "The key to this business is personal relationships." And suddenly it was all pretty clear. The answer was fewer clients. Less money. More attention, caring for them, caring for ourselves, and games too. Just starting our lives, really! Hey I'll be the first to admit that what I was writing was somewhat touchy feely - I didn't care, I had lost the ability to b--- s---. It was the me I had always wanted to be. I took it in a bag to a copy mat in the middle of the night and printed 110 copies - Even the cover looked like "The Catcher in the Rye" ... I entitled it "The Things We Think and do not Say: The Future of Our Business" The line: "That's how you become great man, hang your balls out there." The words that followed these: "Who had I become? Just another shark in a suit? Two days later, at our corporate conference in Miami, a breakthrough. Breakdown? Break-through. I couldn't escape one- simple- thought. I hated myself... no-no-no here's what it was: I hated my place... in the world. I had so much to say and no one to listen, and then it happened. It was the oddest, most unexpected thing. It was the oddest, most unexpected thing. I began writing what they call a Mission Statement not a memo, a mission statement, you know, a suggestion for the future of our company. A night like this doesn't come along very often, I seized it. What started out as one page became twenty five. Suddenly, I was my fathers son again. I was remembering the simple pleasures of this job, how I ended up here out of law school, the way a stadium sounds when one of my players performs well on the field... the way we are meant to protect them in health and in injury. With so many clients we had forgotten what was important. I wrote and wrote and wrote and wrote... and I'm not even a writer. I was remembering the words of the original sports agent my mentor the late great Dicky Fox who said, "The key to this business is personal relationships." And suddenly it was all pretty clear. The answer was fewer clients. Less money. More attention, caring for them, caring for ourselves, and games too. Just starting our lives, really! Hey I'll be the first to admit that what I was writing was somewhat touchy feely - I didn't care, I had lost the ability to b--- s---. It was the me I had always wanted to be. I took it in a bag to a copy mat in the middle of the night and printed 110 copies - Even the cover looked like "The Catcher in the Rye" ... I entitled it "The Things We Think and do not Say: The Future of Our Business" Everybody got a copy.

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