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.
3:43 Today’s Topic: Best Lessons I Learned From Basketball Players Pt. 2
4:07 Point VI: You gotta make that open jump shots
5:48 The higher your standards for performance, the higher your actual performance.
6:50 Point VII: You never who’s watching you and what they’re capable of so always put your best foot forward and show your best game
10:47 You need to be showing your full game every opportunity you get because you never know what it could lead to.
12:30 Point VIII: You better put you number 1
14:51 Nobody is looking out for your best interest except you.
15:50 You gotta be aggressive in making sure your interest is secured.
16:33 Point IX: When you get your opportunity it should be clear and obvious that you are the right person
19:43 Point X: When you’re open shoot it, if not pass it. Stick to the Basics
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