Boyd Witter, and advocate of human potential was the speaker at the Aug 2 Meeting.
"The average person uses 10% of their ability" he shared with the group.
To better tap our human potential he emphasized three things: 1. Input - what we put into our mind and how we treat our bodies. 2. Effort - The opposite of success is not failure, but settling. "Do what you can, with what you have, where you are . . . Theodore Roosevelt. 3. Persistence - Keep sowing the seeds. "Once you start pushing a boulder up a hill, you don't want to stop and have to start over.
He encouraged everyone "not to major in minor things."