There are only two things we control in sports and life: Our attitude and our effort.
Bad players don’t take much seriously.
Average players take games seriously.
Good players take practice and games seriously.
Great players take academics, nutrition, warm-ups, individual work, weight room, conditioning, file study, practice and games seriously.
One season, week, day, game, play, at-bat, error, or practice does not define you as an athlete (or a person). What you do next does.
What’s the most important play? The next play.
On Average teams, no One leads. On Good teams, coaches lead. On Great teams, players lead.