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#1 von xuezhiqian123 , 17.10.2018 08:38

SUVA , Dec. 29 (Xinhua) -- Tonga's members of parliament on Monday elected veteran politician Akilisi Pohiva as the South Pacific island nation's new prime minister.

Pohiva defeated his opponent, former deputy prime minister Samiu Vaipulu with 15 votes out of the 26 total votes, winning what he has been fighting for since 1987 -- to become the prime minister of Tonga, local news website Tonga Daily News reported.

Lord Tevita Tupou, interim speaker of the parliament, announced the result of the secret ballot after advising King Tupou VI. Lord Tupou then congratulated Pohiva and wished him well in his tenure as prime minister in the next four years.

Following the election of the prime minister , the MPs elected former prime minister Lord Tu'ivakano as the new speaker of the Tongan parliament.

Pohiva, Tonga's longest-serving elected MP who first came into the parliament in 1987, is expected to name his deputy and 12 members of his cabinet over the next few days before the parliament sits in January.

What is a Hero? And what is a Coach? How can a man be sure he's found a woman he can trust to coach him in the direction that is right for him?

And how does he take advantage of her special abilities to help him achieve his dreams?

In sports, an athlete needs a coach because athletes don't see how they do what they are doing, when they are doing it. They need feedback from someone who really knows them, who can see their strengths and weaknesses.

Heroes also may not see the relationship between , say, their nutrition and sleep habits, and their achievement. Or they may overdo their exercises, and hurt themselves.

The coach is a caring observer who provides feedback from a small physical and emotional distance. Then the athlete can achieve his or her goals.

A Hero is on a quest, a search, an effort , a long-term project to do Something, to become Someone. (The Coach has a quest, too, but it is usually fulfilled, or fulfillable, within the context of her marriage partnership , as it develops over time. It often happens later in the marriage, because her now-heroic Hero truly loves and appreciates her, and wants to do all he can to encourage and support her personal fulfillment)

Who do you, the Hero, become? The true and unique you! There is no one like you in the world; only you can be the complete you.

And if you don't do what it takes to fulfill your quest to do or be Something or Someone, then you , your marriage, and the world will be poorer for your cowardice-for that's really what it is.

Each Hero must come to that Something themselves, finding its resonance in their heart of hearts. The Coach can help, but it is the Hero's quest.

Always remember: Your wife is meant to be your Coach-not your contender, competitor, or critic. Encourage her to be your Coach by listening and repeating back to her what she is telling you. She is part of you , and you are responsible for keeping her in good working order. In fact, in a larger, deeper sense, your wife is you.

A Hero is not a Hero because he has achieved his quest, but because his thoughts and actions are heroic; they are:

锟?Faithful and true

If you do not already exhibit all these qualities all the time-welcome to the club! This is why we need coaching. Remember that you are still a Hero-in-Training.

The most important thing for every Hero to remember is that his life is his movie. He is the director, and determines what will and will not happen. So one of the most important things to do is learn how to take responsibility , and learn how to take blame. Why?

Taking blame for everything empowers you to stop acting like a bystander or a victim. You can take charge and change things once you make them your responsibility. I'll talk about this from time to time from different points of view as we go along.

Here are seven pitfalls every Hero must watch out for:

Victimhood: It's easy to forget that everything is your fault, Mr. Hero. But remember: It's your movie. The Coach is just your mirror. If you look at her and don't like what you see, don't try to clean the mirror; clean what it is reflecting. The good news is that since it is your fault, you have the power to make it better.

Rivalry: Your wifeCoach is not in competition with you. She is you. Are you in competition with your hand? Or your ear? No? Then don't compete with your Coach. She is equipped to help, but not to compete with you. You can't do what she can do, and she can't do what you can do. You're a matching set , not identical twins.

Idolatry: Just because she has intuitions and insights that you lack doesn't make her your god. She is your Coach; but the decision to act on her suggestions, and all the consequences of those actions, are entirely up to you. You alone are responsible before God and man for your actions. Setting someone up as an idol is usually just preparation for gleefully knocking them off their pedestal. Don't do it!

Self-pity: Growth is difficult. In fact, overcoming difficulties is the main way we grow. Are you sad? Exasperated? Discouraged? Don't have a pity party! Ask your Coach to encourage you, to tell you your favorite joke. N'omi and I save a particular knock-knock joke for just such occasions:
"Who's there?"
"The interrupting cow."
"The interrupting... "
"Moo!" (The "moo" has to interrupt.)

Pride: My grandmother used to say, "Don't pat yourself on the back; you might break your arm." N'omi's grandmother used to say , "Pride was the sin of the fallen angels." It's good to . James Conner Jersey Derek Carr Jersey Dak Prescott Jersey Authentic Christian McCaffrey Jersey Authentic Carson Wentz Jersey Calvin Ridley Kids Jersey Baker Mayfield Kids Jersey Antonio Brown Kids Jersey Alvin Kamara Saints Jersey A.J. Bouye Jaguars Jersey

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