“Success in life comes not from holding a good hand but in playing a poor hand well.”
– Denis Waitley, motivational speaker and writer
Have you ever watched the World Series of Poker on television – you know, where the winners walk away with millions? If you have, a notable thing about these tournaments is that the viewer actually gets to see all the cards of all the players.
Rarely does the winner always get the very best cards. Almost always, the winner is the person who makes the best of the cards they are dealt.
If your life was a game of poker, where your five cards included such areas as work, family, health, faith and community, how could you make the most of these to always have a winning hand?