What Sports can teach everyone about Life

What Sports can teach everyone about Life (In a Nutshell)

  • “Your mind is what makes everything else work.” Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (American Basketballer)
  • “You can’t win unless you learn how to lose.” Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (American Basketballer)
  • “One man can be a crucial ingredient on a team, but one man cannot make a team.” Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (American Basketballer)

What Sports can teach everyone about Life (Nitty Gritty)

  • “I always turn to the sports pages first, which records people’s accomplishments. The front page has nothing but man’s failures.”- Earl Warren (American Politician)
  • “Winners never quit and quitters never win.”- Vince Lombardi (American NFL Coach)
  • “Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play as a team is another story.”- Casey Stengel (American Baseball Player, Manager and Coach)
  • “Fans don’t boo nobodies.”- Reggie Jackson (American Basketballer)

What Sports can teach everyone about Life (Thinking Laterally)

  • “Sport is the common denominator in the world that brings everyone together. If there’s any place in the world where there is equality, it is probably sports. That was something that didn’t always exist. We’ve come a long way in sports. Why can’t society use sports as a way to bring people together and create change?”- Stephen M. Ross (American Businessman)
  • “Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.”- Bobby Unser (American Driver)
  • “Life is about timing.”- Carl Lewis (American Athlete)

What Sports can teach everyone about Life (Final Thoughts)

  • “I grew up in a very strong, nuclear family. My father was a sportsman. He represented South Africa in a couple of sports, so he was a very positive person and someone who encouraged you to be your best and give your best with everything that you do.”- Gail Kelly (South African Born, Australian Businesswoman)
  • “The integrity of the game is everything.”- Peter Ueberroth (American Sports and Business Executive)
  • “Life comes down to honesty and doing what’s right. That’s what’s most important.”- Bob Feller (Baseball Player)

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