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Take What I've Learned

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by: Frank Fortino Gomez
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Publication Date: August 12, 2019
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 51
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781645504948

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Book Synopsis
When participating in sports, everybody dreams of winning the championship... becoming the best...being the hero. The reality of sports is only a select few ever achieve this dream. The biggest thing I have learned from my athletic experiences, as both a player and coach, is winning is only the icing on the cake. Developing a positive and mentally strong character that will persevere in any area of life outside of sports - that is the cake! It is also something everybody can achieve! So, within our own rights we win that “championship” by overcoming challenges...we become the “best” by developing and improving our mental and physical skills...and we become the “hero” by accomplishing the many smaller and even bigger goals set forth from the beginning.
In Take What I’ve Learned, you will learn how to develop the positive and mentally strong character that will persevere in life. Much of it is already in you. This book will simply help draw it out of you by covering three main areas of importance while participating in sports and life: Things to Remember, Things to Develop and Things to Handle. Within these three areas you will cover the keys to championship character. Not only will you learn how to attain it, but you will learn how to maintain and enhance what you currently have as well as what you will build in the future.
No matter what your sport, be it recreational or competitive - how you practice, play, win and lose will add to the development of your character. This addition can be positive, or it can be negative. By covering the three key areas in this book you will know how to make those experiences positive ones. You will be more prepared by knowing the things to remember, you will be more focused by knowing the things to develop, and you will be stronger by knowing the things to handle.
If there’s one thing you would want to remember in trying to develop character through sports, it is all situations can be applied to everyday life. Your participation should not be narrowed towards the sport itself, but rather what is learned from the journey. It is not important where you start, and it is not important where you finish – what is most important is how far you have traveled in between! You can control and develop much more important areas of yourself than your athleticism through sports. Take What I’ve Learned will show you how. All it takes is willingness to listen, patience to understand, and dedication to make it happen. The fact you are reading this book proves you are willing to make good things happen. You are already on your way towards developing championship character!
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