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Category: Character

By Reflections

“The stretch in which he showed the most actually might have been after his run of success, when he went 0 for 14 from March 20 through March 25. That’s when the Cardinals’ coaching staff really locked in on how Walker handled being on that stage and having those sorts of struggles. ‘I wanted to show them all my tools,…

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Category: Emotional Flexibility

By Reflections

“Athletes who are more “psychologically flexible”—a personality trait that describes an individual’s ability to stay in the present moment, regardless of unpleasant thoughts or emotions, and behave according to one’s values— are more likely to succeed.” Stephen Hayes; University of Nevada Professor of Psychology https://www.si.com/edge/2020/10/02/paddy-steinfort-mental-performance-coach-daily-cover

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Category: Empathy – A Historical Perspective

By Reflections

“My goal in telling any story about historical figures, places or moments is to put those small pieces of history in their proper place. I feel the same about Bill White, Bob Gibson and Curt Flood, and my hope is that audiences are inspired by what true sacrifice and perseverance looks like in pursuit of justice, liberty and freedom.” “What…

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Categories: Effort/Focus

By Reflections

“People are going to question whatever you do, no matter what you do. I have a lot of effort that I put into every single day, the work that I do to reach my goals, so I really don’t have extra effort left around to give to paying attention to what random people are saying on this talk show or…

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