Let Tebow Be Tebow For More On Tim Tebow...Click Below! Through My Eyes Nathan Whitaker Through My Eyes: A Quarterback's Journey, Young Reader's Edition Tim Tebow "Tebow Time": The Biography of Tim Tebow Brody Anderson Growing Up Colt: A Father, a Son, a Life in Football Colt McCoy Here in the United States, our favorite spectator sport is no longer football. It's not basketball, or baseball or hockey either. It's Tebow watching. Yeah, Tim Tebow. He's a 23 year old kid. And the reason we're watching him is because he took his physical talents (considerable) and devoted a single minded focus and commitment to success on the football field. Like very few 23 years do. He tries something. He fails. He submits to instruction and mentorship from people who know better. He tries and fails a thousand more times. On time number one thousand and one he gets it right. And he keeps going, both for the end result and the love of the game. Whether or not that success has to do with a connection to God, I leave that up to each of you to decide. But truth of the matter is, the guy's talent and achievement earned him a platform from which to speak. And he uses it.
Don't like his platform? Object to what he's saying? Go cultivate your own talent. Shut out the rest of the world and their opinion of you. Stop listening when they tell you your style of quarterbacking will never make it in the NFL. (At this moment, you'd have a hard time selling that to the Pittsburgh Steelers.) Because you know - just like with Tebow - most of them are just pissed off they don't have the talent or drive of Tebow, and it's easier to throw rocks at a house than to build one. Do your thing. YOUR thing. Doesn't matter if you have NFL talent. You have something that will draw a crowd and make the forces of attraction and abundance pay attention to you. Then when you've attracted a crowd by the single minded, crazy work ethic you have and the results that go with it, you will have made your own fortune. Then you get a platform from which to speak, just like Tebow. And you get the money to use however you like...just like Tebow. Tebow is Tebow. He's ALL of Tebow. How much of YOU are you being? The degree to which you complain about Tebow - or idolize him for that matter - is that much less of you being yourself. Take that energy and channel it back into your own life story. Game on, Baby! For More On Tim Tebow...Click Below! Through My Eyes Nathan Whitaker Through My Eyes: A Quarterback's Journey, Young Reader's Edition Tim Tebow "Tebow Time": The Biography of Tim Tebow Brody Anderson Growing Up Colt: A Father, a Son, a Life in Football