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Mentality In Sports Quotes By Tim Tebow

We play a sport. It's a game. At the end of the day, that's all it is, is a game. It doesn't make you any better or any worse than anybody else. So by winning a game, you're no better. By losing a game, you're no worse. I think by keeping that mentality, it really keeps things in perspective for me to treat everybody the same. — Tim Tebow

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Troy Polamalu

America needs football. It's a real blue-collar sport; it's played with a blue-collar mentality, a mentality that's the backbone of this country. — Troy Polamalu

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Jonathan Haidt

I began graduate school in the late 1980s, and my goal was to understand how morality varied across cultures and nations. I did some research comparing moral judgment in India and the U.S.A. — Jonathan Haidt

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Lailah Gifty Akita

Make time daily to nurture your physical, mental and emotional health. — Lailah Gifty Akita

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Andre Agassi

You have to have the mentality of executing your game when you don't feel like there's a lot of hope. I think the best feeling is when somebody pushes you to the limit and you dig down a little bit extra. By the same token, you also need a little luck. Sometimes they come together. — Andre Agassi

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Thomas Bernhard

Seen from across the street, he was like someone to whom the world had long since given notice to quit but who was compelled to stay in it, no longer belonging to it, but unable to leave it. — Thomas Bernhard

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Ki Longfellow

Men and women will forever make gods of others rather than see the god in themselves. — Ki Longfellow

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Mokokoma Mokhonoana

To some people, employment is a distraction. To all entertainers, distraction is employment. — Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Menander

Let bravery be thy choice, but not bravado. — Menander

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Elaine Seiler

The key to understanding the answer to any questions about guidance is having a clear grasp of what is three-dimensional. — Elaine Seiler

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Michael Rapaport

Being No. 1. It's talked about all of the time in hip-hop. 'I'm still No. 1! I'm the best! I'm the greatest of all time!' It's the same mentality in sports. — Michael Rapaport

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Samuel Johnson

Such is the state of life, that none are happy but by the anticipation of change: the change itself is nothing; when we have made it, the next wish is to change again. — Samuel Johnson

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Lawrence Jackson

Many sports, not just football, have kind of the macho meathead mentality where innovation is almost frowned upon. — Lawrence Jackson

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Mahesh Bhupathi

The mentality we have in India is not very sporting. — Mahesh Bhupathi

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Brian O'Driscoll

Team sports are very important for shaping personalities. It's important that kids understand the mentality behind playing team sports and playing for one another and playing with friends. — Brian O'Driscoll

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Rafael Nadal

For sure, with golf it's not a physically demanding sport like tennis. That's what makes tennis great - you combine both things. It's a very mental sport and at the same time can be dramatically physical. But I do admire the mentality of sport more than the physicality because physical performance is much easier to practice than mental performance. — Rafael Nadal

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Todd Stocker

Most people's greatest regret is not living the life they knew they could live. — Todd Stocker

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Rafael Nadal

I admire a lot of people, but in terms of sport I've always loved the mentality of Tiger Woods on a golf course. I always love his eyes when he's setting himself and focusing on his decision; he has a really strong, focused face and believes that he can make the shot. — Rafael Nadal

Mentality In Sports Quotes By John Isner

To take pressure off myself, I realize how fortunate I am to be playing a sport for a living. If I take that mentality onto the court, there shouldn't be any pressure because I'm already fortunate to do what I do. — John Isner

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Leonardo Da Vinci

O time! swift devourer of all created things! — Leonardo Da Vinci

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Jim Leyland

When somebody talks about your career, most people are gonna talk about wins and losses, a World Series or pennants. But if somebody asked me how I would sum up my career, I would say I had a unbelievable, fabulous career. — Jim Leyland

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Jeanette Winterson

Christmas is about community, collaboration, celebration. Done right, Christmas can be an antidote to the Me First mentality that has rebranded capitalism as neo-liberalism. The shopping mall isn't our true home, nor is it a public space, though, as libraries, parks, playgrounds, museums and sports facilities disappear, for many the fake friendliness of the mall is the only public space left, apart from the streets — Jeanette Winterson

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Stephen Richards

Laughter is the most powerful weapon against verbal attack anyone can have. — Stephen Richards

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Jim Lampley

You know, we - we start with a mentality that we'll take a sports project if its good. And we're certainly not on the lookout for them, because to be honest we don't have to. They walk in the door. — Jim Lampley

Mentality In Sports Quotes By Joe Paterno

There are many people, particularly in sports, who think that success and excellence are the same thing. They are not the same thing. Excellence is something that is lasting and dependable and largely within a person's control. In contrast, success is perishable and is often outside our control. If you strive for excellence, you will probably be successful eventually. People who put excellence in the first place have the patience to end up with success. An additional burden for the victim of the success mentality is that he is threatened by the success of others and he resents real excellence. In contrast, the person that is fascinated by quality is excited when he sees it in others. — Joe Paterno