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Texas A&M University Aggies vs Lamar University Cardinals

Written By: Coach Jeremy Williams

Logan Williams Texas A M University Aggies vs Lamar University Cardinals September 2019 Jeremy Williams Red Hawk Coaching

My family and I made the hour and a half journey from Kingwood, Texas to College Station on September 14th, 2019 to watch the Lamar Cardinals vs Texas A&M Aggies at Kyle Field. The final score was Aggies 62 and Lamar 3. The reason I post about my trip to the game on my business blog is that as a business owner, you need to make sure you’re time blocking for time to be spent with friends, family, and for the pursuit of your passion and hobbies. Having a great business should not be at the expense of living a great life.

Slow down, time block, and enjoy the life you’ve been given. The benefits of slowing down to smell the roses is abundant. You clear your mind, your thoughts favor the creative, you rest your body, and much more. Don’t try to find the time as time is elusive and finite. Schedule the time, and then honor the time you’ve been scheduled just as you would for your business.

Enjoy some videos and photos from our experience watching our Aggies #BTHOLamar 

Fightin Texas Aggie Band A M vs Lamar University Cardinals Jeremy Williams Red Hawk Coaching

The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band is the pride of Aggieland.

Figher Jet Flyover Texas A M University Aggies vs Lamar University Cardinals September 2019 Jeremy Williams Business Coach Red Hawk Coaching

 Following the National Anthem, 4 fighter jets did a flyover of Kyle Field.

The Aggie football team running onto Kyle Field prior to kick off.

The Aggies in a scoring drive against the Lamar Cardinals.

The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band forming at the north-end of Kyle Field.

The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band in Block T Formation.

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The Same and Different | Embracing Change

Written By: Coach Jeremy Williams

Our kids were off for Fall Break this week so we spent some time up at Lake Conroe, and on Tuesday we made a trip out to Aggieland. Wanting to give our children the Aggieland experience, we took them to the famous Dixie Chicken on Northgate for lunch. When I stepped through the doors nothing in the Dixie Chicken had changed. We were greeted with the same hospitality I could remember as a student. We sat at the wood tables etched with carvings from the many that had passed through over the years. The live rattlesnake was still on display, which my kids asked if it was real, and yes, it is real. Nothing had changed, or has it…. 

I am not the same person that walked through those doors 20 years ago. I’ve grown. I’ve become the person I need to be in order to achieve what I want to achieve (and it is still a work in progress). I have a family. I am a businessman. I’ve had many successes over the years, and I have had a few stumbles; I refer to them as growth opportunities. 

I’ve worked for egotistical #$%hats, and I’ve worked with people that have gone out of their way to pour into me. I’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. 3 years ago I challenged myself and launched a coaching business, and I was told by many I would fail. The old me upon those words would have reverted back to average, yet the new me reminded myself all things are possible as spoken in God’s Word. Matthew 19:23-30 BTW – I am Blessed having the opportunity of helping many business owners. 

So in the Dixie Chicken I sat eating the same hamburger and Tijuana fries I did 20 years ago in an environment that had not changed, yet as a person I have changed, and I continue to embrace growth and change. Don’t be afraid of change. Great things await on the other side of that sometimes not so easy change.

Now a commitment today to my Peloton to work off those Tijuana fries. 

Onward and Upward,
Coach Jeremy Williams