In this 2-part extension of one of my favorite series, I’ll tell you the best lessons I learned from fellow players, and how those lessons apply to life on and off the court.
3:40 Today’s Topic: Best Lessons I Learned From Basketball Players Pt. 1
4:22 Point I: Raw ability alone is not enough
7:13 Point II: Once you get in, you can’t get out
8:56 When you get a small chance you better be so ready and so good at that small chance that
it becomes a bigger opportunity.
10:47 Point III: You gotta take the toughest available to you and see how you do with that challenge
13:53 If you are serious about what you’re doing and you’re serious about advancing, you gotta take the toughest challenge available to you and see how you do there.
15:19 Point IV: You gotta add some more skills to your game
17:28 Just because you have a raw ability at something, doesn’t mean its enough to get you to the next point.
19:04 Point V: You have to match the intensity of your opposition or you’re always gonna lose
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