No matter what sport you play, coach, or are a fan of the road map to success is in the details. How you do the little things is how you will do everything.
The first thing legendary UCLA coach John Wooden taught his players was to how to put on their socks properly so they would not bunch up and give a player a blister. A blister meant pain and not being 100%.
There are no shortcuts to being at your best. Everything that you do either moves the needle of your potential to the right (toward) or to the left (away).
No matter what you do pay attention to the details. The details aren’t always sexy. The details don’t always get the loudest claps or make a highlight reel. But here’s what the details get you.
1) Moving toward your full potential.
4) Winning (still the goal).
Pay attention to the little things. A majority of people will not. If you do you’ll be a little bit better today than you were yesterday, and that’s the goal.
I’m cheering for you.
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As always – GREAT STUFF! Keep on Leading!