It seems like every weekend I get a call from someone who wants to talk about how they’ve achieved a particular goal in life.
“I’ve reached my goal in golf!” or “I’m on my way to winning the Tour de France!”
These inspirational phone wallpapers will be featured as wallpaper on your phone or tablet on your next visit to IGN.
This week’s inspirational wallpaper is the “How To Win” motivational phone screen by “SandyC”.
The first thing you need to know about this motivational wallpaper is that it’s not a picture of a tennis ball.
It’s a motivational image of a phone screen with a picture in the middle of it, in which SandyC has a list of motivational goals.
The screen has been modified slightly to make it look like it’s a real phone.
The top of the screen has the name of the phone, and the bottom has the number of days since the last time you got a call or text from the number.
It also has a little yellow arrow pointing to a countdown that shows how many days to go.
Here’s a video of how the motivational phone background looks in action:Sandy C is a professional golfer, and he’s reached his goal in tennis, which is a big deal.
If you haven’t yet, get a copy of the game on Amazon.
(The app also works for the iPhone, but not for the iPad.)
The motivational wallpaper comes with two different themes: a blue and a red one, which are both based on the theme of the last few days.
If it’s the first day, the background will be black, with a white arrow on the left and a white circle on the right.
The red background is a white-only wallpaper, but if it’s on the second day, it will be a blue wallpaper.
You can switch between them with a quick swipe down on the top left of the image.
The phone itself is black and white, with the title, “How to Win”.
It’s about as big as a phone you’d want to use, but you can see where the screen gets big when you look at the phone.
There’s a little orange button in the center of the display, and there’s a notification light.
The app has a notification center and a little green icon next to the notification bar that says “More,” and you can tap that to see a short description of the goals, which includes how many steps you need in the next 30 days.
You can see the different goals in action below.
The first goal is for you to get an average of 30 steps per day in order to reach your goal, which means you need 3,500 steps to get there.
The second goal is to reach the top three spots in the Tour standings.
The goal is that you need 1,500 points to win a Grand Slam title.
If your average is 30, that’s 10,000 points.
The final goal is “How I Can Win”.
If your total is at least 5,000, that means you have to get 6,000 steps in order for your goal to be achieved.
You get one hour of “daily coaching,” and the app also lets you choose a different motivational text to show up next to each goal.
The motivational text will be one of three that you can pick from: “My life is changing” (you’ll get a phone call from the same number), “I can change my life” (a text that says, “My mind is clear, and I can focus,” or “A dream came true and I’m on the road to success”), or “How Can I Get Out of My Own Way?”
(the app will give you a personalized message that says something like, “I am ready to be the best in the world”).
I’m not a fan of the color red on the phone because it’s so easy to spot it, but this motivational text looks like it could be used for a number of things.
You might find it helpful when you’re trying to decide whether or not you should wear sunscreen.
If you’re like me, you have an iPad and want to show it off.
You’re probably thinking, “Why would I want to wear an iPad when I can just look at this motivational screen?”
But that’s exactly the point of this motivational phone-wallpaper thing.
The iPad is a screen that’s easy to pick up, and you don’t have to worry about it accidentally being on fire, which you’ll need to do a lot if you’re a competitive golfer.
I used this motivational wallpaper to put together a photo of myself on the course and a picture I took of myself in the gym, and it was really useful for showing off my body.
I think this motivational smartphone wallpaper will really help motivate you to be a better golfer and help you get to the top of your game.