In today’s player episode TJ shares a powerful mind-shift for players as he and Adam break down how players should look at mistakes they make. There is a balance to using mistakes as a learning opportunity versus not caring about mistakes you make at all, and we hope this episode gives you impactful insight and helps you on your path of becoming a great player.
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Jazmear Ware saysSeptember 3, 2018 at 6:35 am
The kid never gave up even when he missed his shot or lost the ball or even went down in a game he stood tall and no one could knock him down. That teaches me to stand tall with all efforts and too never anyone or anything bring me down.
cole igou saysSeptember 5, 2018 at 4:47 pm
The kid never gave up no matter what happened. If he missed a shot he kept working at it and trying harder. If he messed up or got bumped hard it didn’t matter because he got right back in the game and worked harder. This teaches me to be strong and consistent whenever playing basketball.
Nick Attanasio saysSeptember 5, 2018 at 11:01 pm
It can make me more relaxed when I play to know that making a mistake is not a bad thing but a step toward being better. “Great players make great mistakes.”