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Almost everyone is in agreement that when athletes are happy and their lives are in harmony, they will perform close to their skill levels on a consistent basis. 29 more words


Being Aware of the Light Inside

Being aware of illusions of control is one key to making plays consistently. Don’t get me wrong. I understand the desire to use the word control, and I definitely understand a desire to control. 782 more words

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Love and Football

In yesterday’s post (The Light that Shines Inside of You), I wrote about something Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney said to his team before the College Football Playoff Championship Game: 343 more words

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The Light that Shines Inside of You

Inside the Clemson locker room before their College Football Playoff Championship Game, the Tigers’ Head Coach Dabo Swinney had a message for his team.

“When the light that shines inside you is greater than the light shining on you, there is nothing to be afraid of.” 501 more words

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Be Alive

In order to make plays, it helps to trust that you are a bright, shining, brilliant being who is capable of doing great things big and small, and when you let your light shine, you can serve as a reminder to others that they too have the light of life within them. 190 more words

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Be Awake

In order to make plays, be awake to possibilities that exist for you in each and every moment. No matter what your reality seems to be at the moment, be awake to the fact that other possibilities exist. 322 more words

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Be Aware

One of the keys to making the play is to be aware of illusions of control. While perceptions of control are real, true control is an illusion. 320 more words

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