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  • Goal setting

But that means if I want to play basketball at college, that means I'm going to work my tail off. I'm going to do everything that I'm supposed to do. And that everything I'm supposed to various for the individual, cause there'd be, there could be somebody that's 16, 220 pounds and is ridiculously gifted.

So he may not have to work as hard as somebody else, but it's going to catch up with them. He may not be able to get to the NBA. He may be able to go to the next level, but it's if I put certain goals down things that I wanted to do, it's I want to get it done.

I'm going to work to my ceiling and wherever that ceiling is, but I have to put in the time and the work. And I think that the more, more you do that is going to transfer to other things. And you don't make it, it's going to build you, it's going to build, it's going to build something new for something else.

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  • Goal setting

I think you have to push your kid, and I think you push them to get them to understand that work ethic. And I think once they understand that work ethic, they're going to do it on their own. If a kid is like 16, 17, and you're like, you gotta work hard and you got to do this and they're still not doing it right. Or if you're really trying to push your kid and they're not doing it... So there's a there's a fine line between how, what you tell me that you want to become. You want to get a division one scholarship. So me as a parent, okay. What are the things my kid needs to be doing to get a division one college, and so it's like, all right, so I'm going to push you to that. I'm going to help you, but I'm not going to do it for you.

http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15263-player-parent-and-coach-in-developing-mentally-strong-individuals-with-dawaun-wells-limitless-international-basketball

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