Wayne Gretzky was the greatest hockey player ever.
His father, Walter Gretzky who died within the past month, wanted to be good enough to play at the pro level but he could never make a career of it and spent his efforts coaching the player who would be known as “The Great One”.
But his superstar son was a lousy NHL coach when his playing days were over – Dad seemed to have the better skills there.
The funny thing about our dreams is that we should always have but not limit them.
Had Walter Gretzky hung up his skates there may have been no Great One.
And had Wayne Gretzky fancied himself as a coach because he was a great player, he might still be looking for his first Stanley Cup if not his first winning season.
Dreams cannot be managed – they are like radar showing you the best opportunities.
Forward to a friend.
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