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Life is not about winning against other people; it’s about winning against yourself.
Try to be just 1% better than you were the day before. The small steps are where the seemingly big steps ...
Feeling and thinking mean nothing. It’s what you do with your thoughts and feelings that determine your success.
Take more action in the direction you want to go. If your dream is to be phen...
Throughout Andre Agassi’s book, he describes many times his hate for the sport of tennis. It’s clear by the end that he is able to deal with his hatred of...
Andre Agassi describes winning as very anti-climatic. He explains that losing is the hardest part because it lasts ten times longer than the winning feeling.
One of Andre Agassi’s career challenges was that he was trying to hit a winning ball every time. Towards the end of his career, he learned that not winning every ball, and remaining steady an...
When Andre Agassi describes becoming number one, he says that he felt nothing. Even when winning important games, he describes the feeling as only lasting a short time.
Fighting our pain and relieving other people’s pain is why we’re here.
When we help people through their struggles, it helps ...
Without fear, we would lose the fire to succeed at our dream.
When we become fearless, we become unmotivated and on the brink of failure. Let ...
There’s nothing interesting about constant success. We all get excited when we see someone struggle and then get to experience their comeback.
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When you play tennis, you're really competing with yourself. You're perpetually trying to improve: to hit shots faster, improve placement, surprise your opponent, make your footwork more efficient ...
Becoming a great tennis player is similar to being an excellent professional, you're constantly analyzing your weaknesses and strengths, and adjusting your game.
You can sabotage yourself by getting frustrated or being defeatist. Learning how to precisely manage yourself, and to stay calm and to dig deep in high pressure, high stakes situations can turn the tide of a match and a career.
Great tennis players are unfazed by failure in the moment, they wait until the match is over to let emotions set in.
Getting accustomed to failure and learning how to handle it well is what success is built upon.
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The movie revolves around an arrogant and sullen young girl Chihiro, who, through a series of events, had to rescue her parents who had turned into giant pigs.
When the story begins, C...
Never be motivated by your greed. Chihiro was primarily motivated by a purpose – rescuing her parents.
Help others on their purposeful journey to the destination. When you help people around you with your generosity and tenacity, people feel the gratitude to help you back even if you don’t ask for it.
Show your gratitude and say thanks to the people who have ever helped you in any way.
Continued determination is the key to success.
Keep faith in your action irrespective of the outcome. Eventually it will pay off.
Don’t be content with the precious gifts you have received without working hard for having them. They are illusionary and treacherous and can betray you at any point in time.