Every day, he'd say it.
My dad's voice as I stepped out the door, "Got get 'em, Aim."
And, it would focus me on the energy with which I'd move forward into the day.
It was never clear who "'em" was exactly.
It didn't need to be.
This wasn't a directive or a battle cry.
It's was an energy elicitation.
What's your energy call-to-action as you approach the day?
"Go get 'em," I say.
Because if you don't "go get 'em", the absence of this energy of empowerment likely means that 'em is getting you.