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Life Lesson From A Basketball Player
Transcript of Life Lesson From A Basketball Player
"Some people have a dream but no team- their dream is impossible
Some people have a dream but have a bad team- their dream is a nightmare
Some people have a dream and is building a team- their dream has potential
Some people have a dream and has a great team- their dream is inevitable." - John Maxwell
"It marks a big step in your development when you come to realize that other people can help you do a better job than you can do alone." - Andew Carnegie
Contribution + Cooperation
Rule 1: Take one more step
Rule 2: When you cannot take one
more step, refer to Rule Number 1
Anticipate and be ready for a play
Life presents us with many challenges for which we must adjust our game plan and leave our comfort zone for a new adventure.
You have to adjust, and then adjust some more to withstand and respond to whichever attacks an opponent uses on you.
mental fitness including a positive, willing and winning mindset.
great physical shape to withstand a long, exhausting and demanding basketball season.
“Talent wins games, but teamwork and
intelligence wins championships.”
Accept both victory and defeat graciously
If you give it everything you've got, no matter what the outcome, you can walk away with your head held high.
Learn what it takes to win and come back and try again.
You have to learn to accept defeat before you understood what it takes to win.