Carpet Cleaner | Episode 473 | Complete Carpet
We continue our podcast from our last episode. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998. We are Complete Carpet. Call us today at 918-494-7093
Speaker 1: (06:42)
think that life is a little bit more flat in that way. Whether you believe in, you know, string theory or point-to-point theory, you know, whatever your, your thought on the overarching how time flows. I know that on the positive side of it is that we get to enjoy time right now and not, and also to remember the times that already have been as if they haven’t right now. And so it’s not something we have to go through this hard struggle to go back and find them. They deal more current, they stay more current, especially the, hopefully all the good memories for people. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed carpet cleaner. But negative memories, anything that connects a good at a positive or negative emotion to it, it’s going to kind of stick in your brain. All the other memories get, just get washed out. Are they bad? No. Are they good? No, they’re just, um, not fillers not the right word, but they’re events that are repeated.
Speaker 1: (07:30)
So we typically remember the most important of all the events that get repeated. We don’t need to remember the uh, uh, each and every time that we won a basketball game, we remember the basketball games. We scored the most points in the ones that we hit the winning shot in a one year when in high school I played over a hundred over 70 basketball games and one year, and honestly I can only remember about maybe 10 or 15 of them from that year because we played so many and so many of them were just wins. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998. We won, we won. I think we won out of the 74 games. I think we played that year. We won 63, I think we only lost 11. Um, and so there’s, you know, there’s 60 plus games that we won and we won by decent amount to where they just all run together and some of them are playing against the same team twice a, we actually that year played against Hill haven, uh, I believe seven or eight times.
Speaker 1: (08:21)
I may have eventually beat them in the state championship on our seventh or eighth time, which is a lot of times to beat one singular team. And every team, every game that we played with them was this neck and neck very close. We played them twice in their own tournament. We played them twice during the regular season. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed carpet cleaner. We played them. Uh, I think once in, um, another, um, another schools tournament, maybe it was grace or victories tournament and then we played them again in the state championship game. And so it was, it was a very difficult thing in an approach. Always talk to us about how hard it was to not be at a team or twice, but how hard it was to beat up five, six, seven times in a row. And that’s one of those things where you have to get down. And those form great memories.
Speaker 1: (09:04)
I can remember almost every single one of those games. So that at the championship game, at a bar in the third quarter, one of their best players got a technical and a was on the verge. And actually I think he got kicked out of the game because he, he got his second technical or he got his first technical and he just was really mad over the call. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998. And as he walks off, cause the coach pulls him out of the game to give, get them to kinda, you know, simmer down. And as he walks off, he takes any jet kicks, one of the chairs sitting on the side, he kicked it straight out into the, out onto the court and you’re like, okay, look whether you’re happy or not happy with the call, if you kick it chair out onto the court while people are playing basketball, um, you’re probably going to get ejected.
Speaker 1: (09:43)
And then it’s, you know, he got, you know, got a double technical from there and obviously he was out of the game for the rest of the game, which on one side you could say that possibly cost them the game cause we went on to win. Um, I feel like we were going to beat them anyway. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed carpet cleaner. But in that case, he came in and was, you know, one of their better players and he could no longer play the game anymore. So they had to rely on the other players. Now you can make, make the argument that he had lost his Headspace and that’s why he’d kicked her, um, kicked it across the floor. And so whether he was in the game or not in the game, he wasn’t going to help his team anymore because he had it let the game frustrate him, which is what our whole goal was, was to, you know, our whole goal was to get in there and frustrate their best player so that he would do something out of character to that which would in return help us to be able to play better.
Speaker 1: (10:29)
If you want to do well in life. I think it was a great teaching moment for people. If you want to do well in life, you want to do well in business and all the different things that you go after and try to do. Um, you need to make sure that your head space is right so that you are prepared to do the thing you’re wanting to do. If your competition, if the enemy, if the devil, if you know whatever you want to put, whatever the if is that doesn’t want you to succeed. If they can get into your Headspace, they can get you to start making emotional decisions instead of logical ones. I think emotions are a beautiful thing there to give you the flavor of life. We’ve been talking about emotions and the whole process here, making good decisions but also to remember things. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (11:09)
You only remember that they give you an emotional up and emotional down. But when you’re making your decisions, when you want to make a logical, um, is this good or this is bad decision, you want to be able to pull the emotions out of it. Take the E out of the motion. Do you want to have a good motion without the emotion getting in the way? And it’s because this is so such a large factor for so many people that uh, they say that over 90% of all violent crime are crimes of passion. It’s not premeditated. It’s not something you really thought through and say, Hey, this is what I’m going to do. It’s something you got in the and then you just, you know, the flames of what was about to happen. You know, you reacted in an emotional way and that emotional reaction costs you dearly. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998. We are complete carpet. Give us a call today at (918) 494-7093 and let us get you on the way to enjoying your carpets. Again, we want to be able to be your source for carpet, tile, upholstery, rugs, so that you know that you can enjoy your castle. Again.