Listen: William Wallace, Mel Gibson, Braveheart discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"It's going to be there. It's like my favorite scene in Braveheart. I've said it before Macedo again, this is for you, Wayne. There's a scene in Braveheart where we're William Wallace played by Mel Gibson. They've decided to pick a fight with the king of England. And they they literally goad him into charging on them. And they've got those long spears they've made out of long tree branches. And they've got him down on the ground, and the the you can hear the thundering hooves of the cavalry. Is they bear down on them and internet moment in this movie. I got goosebumps thinking about it. And this is for you Wayne and for somebody else needs to hear this today. And the horses are bearing down on them. And you can just sense that even as the movie watcher really come hikes get to spears up now and Mel Gibson who's playing William Wallace says hold as got some urgency. And then the second time he says, it's got more home in the funding, and it gets louder in the horses or closer now coming at you and the third time he goes home, and you the movie goer you're up on the edge of your seat. And you're like, oh my gosh. What are they gonna do? And then he and then they pull it up, and they do it. And the mission succeeds. So many times in life that movie scene needs to become your personal theme you need to walk through the day going, hold hold home. I mean that just needs to be your theme song. And and and I'm gonna tell you something that advice. That message that seem go watch it if you're not gonna go watch. It'll just fire you. Because there is a right time. That has to do with strategy. It was strategy in that moment. You know, what was going on there that scene probably every actually happened? But what a wonderful teaching moment. There was a strategy there. Those horse those horses needed to be at a distance that they could not stop that. The rider could not pull them up. They had to be so close that even in the reaction of pulling the rains it was too late. They were gonna walk right into the spears. That's a strategy, folks. It's a timing strategy.."