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“The more concerned we become over the things we can’t control, the less we will do with the things we can control.”

JOHN WOODEN - BASKETBALL COACH

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MORE IDEAS FROM John Wooden: Success Is Becoming the Best That You Are Capable of Being

Happiness is in many things. It’s in love. It’s in sharing. But most of all, it’s in being at peace with yourself knowing that you are making the effort, the full effort, to do what is right.”

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Legendary basketball coach John Wooden provides us with five nuggets of wisdom in his new book:

  1. Focus on what you can control: Your actions and your emotions.
  2. Stop comparing and just do your best. Everyone has different abilities and resources.
  3. Patiently work on daily small improvements that compound into bigger ones.
  4. The journey should be as enjoyable as the feeling of achievement when the goal is reached.
  5. It is okay to make mistakes if that leads to growth, learning and eventual success.

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“Does worrying about it, complaining about it, change it? Nope, it just wastes your time.”

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The origin of tennis

The origin of tennis was believed to have come from Northern France around the 12th century, the game was called jeu de paume, which was initially played using the palms of our hands and the use of rackets were added around the 16th century.

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