Enjoy the jump-rope talent of World Champion, Adrienn Banhegyi. Breathtaking!
Do you see yourself as a writer jumping over various obstacles? Sometimes over and over again? But with each jump, the next one is “easier” and less of a challenge. But you have to start somewhere!
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Wow, breathtaking, yes! Incredible. And, yes, sometimes the technical side of writing can be very difficult even daunting, but with God’s help I get through. Lately, however, it’s been a struggle. Stress has been constant the past six months and kept me away from writing and creating proposals. Trying to push through gets harder. Do you have any hints that would help?
Love it! Awesome! Encore!
And the best thing? Her face! She is completely enjoying herself. Love it!
Wow, Steve – how do you find these videos?
Kristen Joy Wilks
Wow! Amazing!!! Our school district has a jump rope team and they work really hard. But seeing a pro is mindboggling!
Damon J. Gray
Much of the time the rope was moving at such high speeds I could not even tell where it was. What talent!
Sheri Dean Parmelee, Ph.D.
My exercise is done for today.
I would surely have hung myself on the second swing!!!
wow!!! beyond amazing!!!
Linda Riggs Mayfield
Very high skill level, and very entertaining, but lot of the time she was jumping with her feet and doing fast things with the rope, but the rope was beside, around, and above her–she was not actually jumping over it. I wonder how often I’m swinging the writing rope around in circles and not actually jumping over it. All the movement gives the illusion of a lot of productive activity, but I’m not actually getting anything done. 😉
Interesting analysis. Here’s one for you–Self-reflection is a sign of highly developed values. Self-deprecation is an expression of humility. Your comments suggest that you are a highly evolved human being…the kind we all want to know. Keep writing, I’ll bet you are doing much better than you’ve led us to believe.