Help Us Celebrate National Little League Week!
Little League games captivated the country during their formation in the 1930s. In fact, in 1964, President Dwight D. Eisenhower proclaimed the second week in June to be National Little League Week in recognition of the youth program’s ability to instill sportsmanship, volunteerism, physical fitness, and an appreciation for the game.
If you played sports growing up, you know that the positive lessons kids learn from athletics aren’t unique to Little League. For example, our attorney Don Jorgensen grew up playing football. In high school, he served as a linebacker, which is often regarded as the most important position due to its versatility. Punt returns under those Friday Night Lights were definitely the highlights of his sports career, and Don’s favorite practice drill was Suicide Squad — an activity where the ball is punted and the person who catches it has to weave between all the players and make it to the other side without being tackled.
To this day, Don believes that the best part of playing football was the close friendships he forged with his teammates. Win or lose, they always shared in the joy and excitement of the game together.
Learning how to collaborate with others on the field, court, or diamond translates well into being a successful adult. Whether in your professional or personal life, everyone realizes at some point that having the ability to work as a team increases your likelihood of success. At home, you work with your spouse and other family members to maintain open and loving relationships, pay bills, plan vacations, and experience life. At the office, your coworkers are your teammates with whom you collaborate to build presentations, create innovative
products, and generate solutions.
Here at Jorgensen Law, we are a team. We work together to ensure a successful outcome for our clients, who are just as much a part of our family as anyone else. To become part of our family, please don’t hesitate to give our team a call or go to MySocialSecurityAttorney.com to fill out your FREE disability evaluation. Teammates are there for each other; let us be there for you.