“During the 2005 NFL playoffs Benjamin Watson, a 255-pound tight end, ran more than 100 yards to prevent one of the league’s fastest players from scoring. A decade later football fans still cite that play as one of the best examples of hustle in sports history.
Watson, a father of five homeschooled children, enjoyed his best season in 2015, but some know him for his thoughtful essays on cultural topics ranging from Ferguson, Mo., unrest to North Carolina’s bathroom bill, and for his book Under Our Skin: Getting Real About Race—and Getting Free from the Fears and Frustrations that Divide Us. With the 2016 NFL season fast approaching, I questioned Watson at the Baltimore Ravens training facility: Here are edited excerpts.“
“In short, God’s agenda to bless all nations has always involved motivated young adults and college students. Perhaps you’ll be one of them.
In his book Do More Better, Tim proposes a vision and a system for biblical productivity. The vision is to bring the greatest glory to God and the greatest good to mankind. The system involves applying good tools (calendar, tasks, and information) to your areas of responsibility (personal, family, church, work, etc.). The vision and the system work just as well for college students as for other busy adults; college students will just need to account for the seasonal nature of university life. As you prepare for the coming school year, here are a few suggestions to help you implement the system.”
This is a must-read and must-apply for college students. Go here for the full article.