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Postby LucienWells » Fri Jun 19, 2020 3:09 am

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I hurt my ankle. ”“The other team cheated. ”“I wasn’t ready. ”And the list goes on and on. The problem is this: these excuses weaken the very character of the athlete. When mistakes are denied, the athlete learns nothing. So she makes the same mistakes again. And again. And again. But the whole purpose of making mistakes is to learn. Champions understand this. That’s why they accept their mistakes. Figure out what they did wrong. Then correct it. And become better and better while ordinary athletes grow weaker and weaker. Have you ever tried to make excuses for your athletes? The next time you’re tempted to do so, remember that champions accept responsibility for their mistakes, learn and move on. Help your champion accept responsibility. Then show her how to improve and continue on the path to greatness.

Champions, however, would rather lose than cheat or harm their competition. Because champions aren't driven by the desire to win. They are driven by the desire to be the best they can be. To make the most of their talents and abilities. To always improve a little more each day. To do what they dream of doing. So when champions win on the playing field, they win because they earned it. They endured the process of practice, of making mistakes, of learning from those mistakes, of executing the skills necessary to win. When champions win in the classroom, they endured the process of studying, of learning, of doing their own homework to increase their knowledge. What is your purpose for winning? Is it simply to please others?

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