Re: Help The Real Picard
- From: "TheRealPicard" <box1113@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 06 May 2007 00:19:06 GMT
Thank you for that response Omaha Chris, sincerely. I appreciate it
I think for me, its something I am asserting myself to, I see it as a way,
and there many other ways, to achieve a success that is normally beyond the
reach of the masses... and perhaps even myself. Though if I accomplish it,
it is for everyone of us who dream the dream of becoming a Poker Pro, making
millions of dollars play a game, a game that we enjoy, brings us amusement
and also the fame and fortune that it can offer.
I set a date, October 2009, upon which should I not accomplish my goal, I
will fade into the darkness of those who tried. I have learned a great deal
in the last two and a half years, and have some more to learn. I still
believe I can obtain my goal, and will not admit defeat until 2009.
Yes, on a professional level outside of Poker, I am learning alot about
Leadership, different fundamentals and principles, the 20/80 rule (and how
it may apply to Poker), as well as other basics in "story telling" in that
we all tell ourselves stories of what we can and cannot do. I am still very
much in my Poker Story of what I CAN do, and will persist up and to my
deadline of October 2009. I will do my best, for myself, my family and
everyone who frequents this newsgroup who dreams the dream because I believe
it IS possible. I have folks like Aaron Bartley who is PROOF of that dream
(respectfully speaking & kudos).
I play for me, for you, and for everyone else who has dared to dream the
'what if' dream.
Peace to you all,
Because I am...
And I welcome your visits and comments!
"Omaha Chris" <cpsaros@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Help me learn how to be a PRO.
Many of you have been there, seen me, etc. I humbly invite you to share
your wisdom. I will try to learn from what you have to offer
As many of you know I have a goal, October of 2009 is my deadline. I
am, and have been for the last couple of years, been very serious about
my goal and would appreciate your help as a RGP'er.
I guess I'll be the non-sarcastic reply.
What I like about you is that you have your head on straight in the sense
of setting goals and going after them. However, and this is something I've
been coming to terms with for myself over the last year or so, poker has
to be one of the dumbest, least-rewarding, most disillusion-filled
pursuits that a person can engage in. Seriously. Even in the best-case
scenario, winning all the time and kicking utter ass, what does it get
you? What does it give anyone else? And even that "best case" is something
I often suspect is a mirage.
I don't know if it's just what you show online or what, but it seems like
poker is your number-one focus. I think you can do better. I think anyone
can do better. Try setting some other, more realistic, less luck-dominant
goal. Put poker and poker goals where they belong, in the backseat.
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