Goat Herding

Mental Fitness, Motivational

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You have to take responsibility for your own goat, man.

Make no mistake about it, people are after it. Some like to get people’s goats for sport. It comes to them as easily as breathing. It’s what they do.

Others go after goats without even realizing it. Most of the time, these characters are even oblivious to the fact that your goat was even taken, let alone by them.

You can’t control the person who hunts goats sportingly and you can’t control the one who hunts goats cluelessly.

But you can control the goat.

Sometimes we just make it too dang easy to get to our goat. Not only do we put our goats out in the open, we tie bells around its neck and put a red bow on its tail. The sporting goat nabbers think, “Oh, there it is. It’s mine.” The morons don’t know what to make of it, so they go poking around.

Both camps would be out of luck if the goat’s owner kept him hid. Then if they weren’t able to find the goat they’d have to go hunting for something else. Like, maybe, a life?

Make each moment count double,
~Joi

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  • As a Professional Goat Hunter from way back, let me say it’s been a pleasure getting yore goat all these here years.

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