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Last week we held a bowling event as part of our efforts to improve the dynamics of the group in our company.

Well, of course, that many people have never played or have little experience in bowling and bar – and I would say that I belong to the latter group – although others could be called an expert of this game.

We try to make groups of the same strength make it more fun for everyone so we set up three categories: complete beginner, intermediate, and people who know how to do. I myself judge myself as a fit for the second group.

Well, the first round of this game showed up and it was time for me to bowl, and as I was afraid the ball hit the side barrier and my first attempt so it does not count. I took a breath and said to myself "say that, you're a loser, period!"

With this idea rushed through my mind, I was blown away again and so I can only prove myself, I would also have bowled first right past every snare so I got a big fat zero 'to show for after my first round.

I tried to shrug and tell myself that I will do better the next round, but I thought to myself, o children o boy, you can not even eff bowl.

Second time around I scored a combined five points – not great but better than a big fat zero on my first attempt. I soon began to see my teammates and watching the other groups wondered if I would be the worst in the audience that night.

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