Rotary Notes 4/4/2016
Greeter: Greg Carlson
Invocation Julie Wearn
Intro of Guests: Don Salverda:  He had so many guests that he was the only one who could keep track of them all.  The general theme of them was that there were City and County Administrators or School officials.
REEP:  Ted Johnson announced the progress of REEP and they are still seeking drivers for the incoming teachers while they are here.  Give either Ted Johnson,,  or Jan Vanderwall,, a call if you can volunteer.
Melanie Moog brought back a load of lemons from her tree in AZ.  Several people donated some money to REEP and walked home with some of her sun warmed, organic lemons.  I’ve had them before and they are delicious!
Terry Carlson, Scott Welle
Brad Kirscher introduced the speaker for the day, Scott Welle.
Scott’s theme is “Outperform the norm”.  He has a Masters in sports psychology and is the author of several bestselling books. 
Principle 1.  Outperformers Commit to something, keep it positive.
            Reinforce your commitments daily.
Bear Bryant:  Be willing to pay the price.
            "Winning is not normal and those who constantly win follow an ‘abnormal’ path. The discipline, dedication and sacrifices are incomprehensible to those thousands standing outside, looking in, who are capable of joining the winning team, yet unwilling to pay the price of admission. Winners win in a fair effort, on a level playing field; because they deserve to win... they willingly pay their dues in full, time after time, after time."
Principle 2.  Outperformers attack:  What you do in the first hour each sets the tone.
            Do you say, “Good morning Lord or, “Good Lord it’s morning” Herb Mischke
Principle 3.  Outperformers Conquer:  Positively respond to adversity.
            People have about 50,000 thoughts per day.  80% negative.
            You are your own biggest opponent
            There is no failure, only feedback
            Struggle begets mastery.
Principle 4. Outperformers Fuel
            Hydrate for high performance
            Body weight/2*= ounces of water to consume per day.
Principle 5.  Outperformers Move When the body turns off, the brain turns off.
            Humans were built to move.
Principle 6.  Outperformers have Generosity
            Giving all of yourself
            If you are spent 100% you can accept any result
            Give your presence and your passion
Speed of Implementation……How long does it take you to begin doing what you learned?  The faster you begin the better off you will be!
Thank you Scott for a fast paced, energetic and motivating talk!
Respectfully submitted,
Loren Swanson