FOOD SERIES

This series is meant to be fun and encouraging, there are no accompanying workbooks for these videos.

First Bite

In part one of the Food Series, Mackey encourages us to be intentional about how we start things so we can make the most of them, with little to no waste. For example, there is a right way and a wrong way to eat an apple. The difference lies in the first bite. When you take the right first bite of an apple, you end up with no waste. The same can be said for your day. If you take the right first bite of your day, if you start it off on the right foot, it changes everything about the day.

Ground Beef

In part two of the Food series, Coach Mackey talks tacos and understanding. Some people like veggies on their tacos and some people like ground beef. What we put in a taco is a small difference between us, but here it serves as a demonstration of how one person can seek to understand another so that differences can bring two people closer together. When we seek first to understand rather than to be understood, we create opportunities for growth.

Nacho Cheese

In part three of the Food Series, Coach Mackey reminds us that you can’t be your best self if you’re trying to be somebody else. Everybody knows the old joke about nachos: “That’s nacho cheese!” meaning that’s not your cheese. It’s a silly joke, but it sparked an interesting train of thought about individuality and being yourself. Remember: Nobody can be you, and you can’t be anybody else.

Spilt Milk

In part four of the Food Series, Coach Mackey explains that things won’t always go the way we want in life, but we can’t let obstacles and setbacks stop us from trying to achieve our goals and dreams. When things go wrong, we can either sit and lament or move on and start over. Think about spilt milk. Once it’s on the floor, there’s no putting it back in the glass. Being upset won’t change the fact that the milk was spilt, but going to get another glass will help you move forward.

Chicken Wing

In part five of the Food Series, Coach Mackey encourages us to ask the question: What have I done today to serve someone else? It’s directly related to the question: What is the point of a chicken having wings when it doesn’t use them to fly? Helping others is the primary purpose of our talent, position, or whatever it is that makes us unique. If we aren’t using those things for the good of others, that talent or position is as useless as a chicken wing.
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