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Saturday, August 26, 2017

Favorite Slides: Character, Humility, Process

People learn best in differing styles - visual, auditory, kinesthetic. Here are some personal favorites. 

Flanking the top are 'faith' and 'patience'. Belief takes time and time builds belief. But nothing great is ever accomplished without enthusiasm (cornerstone). 

From "What Drives Winning" from Brett Ledbetter

From Steven M.R. Covey, The Speed of Trust...without character, trust is impossible.

Morse code tattoo, Trust the process (TTP)

Pyramid of game development...all values work in concert. 

Preparation and perspiration allow aspiration and inspiration. 

In Michael Lewis' The Undoing Project, psychologist Amos Tversky tells a pontificating Nobel Prize winner at a party, "Nobody is as smart as you think you are." Remember the values of the All Blacks championship rugby program, "Humility, Excellence, Respect". Stay hungry; be humble. 

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