High School Student Athletes often go skill camps/events to improve their physical athletic performance, but they don't go to camps/events that improve their performance in life.
There are a lot of great Student Athletes who had much skill in sports, but outside of sports...in life...they shot air balls with their choices, they fumbled opportunities, they struck out having accountability, in life...some "fouled out" in the game of life. They fouled out because of:
1. Wasting a lot of energy without getting where they really want to go. One reason is because they didn't know where to go. They couldn't hit a target they couldn't see. 2. Not bothering to learn the rules and principles of self-improvement. 3. Hanging around the "wrong" crowd. The saying is so true, "Birds of the same feather flock together." They didn't understand they were the average of the five people they spent the most time with. 4. Not taking accountability for their actions. Winners make progress and losers make excuses. 5. Not having self-discipline. Self-discipline is to purposely do what they should be doing when they don't feel like doing it.
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