Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Do Not Be Angry...

Do not be angry, but do not hesitate to cause anger in your opposition. Anger clouds and dulls the mind. It causes poor judgment. It often forces someone to make a mistake. If you feel you might be getting angry, step back and figure out how you can be the cause of anger in your enemy, instead.

I've played a lot of sports in my time, and one thing I noticed is that when I got in the heads of other players, they played worse. I never found an exception to this.

One does not have to be a robot, but if one cannot control one's emotions, one should recuse themselves from that moment until they are in control of themselves.

People today lack discipline. - Bret Alan

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