A Basketball Student Athlete Having Athletic Ability With Out Focus Is Like Having An Octopus On Roller Skates, Having Lots Of Action But No Direction. Basketball Student Athletes can have a great future in store for them if they make the right decisions with their athletic gifts. Those that aget it, a will recognize and take advantage of the resources they have. Unfortunately, some will squander these assets away and become a victim of themselves. Years later, they will wish they could go back and do things differentlyab but it will be too late! The author, Cordell Davenport is a former NCAA Basketball Student Athlete. After high school, he encountered some misdirection that caused him to give up on Basketball and its rewards. During that time period in his life, he didn't have a positive vision for himself. He definitely was not going down the correct course to bring success in his life. Fortunately, positive events occurred in which he was able to get a basketball scholarship. Five years after graduating from college, a friend gave him over 40 audio books on self improvement. Not only did he become focused on learning and growing, the results he wanted became achievable. With his new appreciation for Self Improvement, he wanted to share his positive direction with other Basketball Players. To accomplish this, he wrote the book:. Basketball to Success. How to Be the Prepared Student Athlete a Not Foul Out In the Game of Life! This book teaches that success, doesn't come to players, they must go to it. This is done through implementing and maintaining self improvement as a lifestyle. The material in the book is a must have. Like deodorant, it only works if one uses it. If players apply the factors in this book, They will be motivated to develop the correct thoughts, beliefs, habits and goals to prevent them from afouling out in the game of life!aas long as the Lakers were flying me around the country for free, I might as well get some business done. ... You have so many opportunities when you are playing basketball in high school or college. Not only are you learning attitudes and skills that can directly translate to success, you are also learning motivation and mindset skills you can use throughout your life. ... from the School of Hard Knocks about how to be even more successful in life than you are on the basketball court.
|Title||:||Basketball to Success|
|Publisher||:||cordell - 2011-12-01|