Thursday, March 16, 2017

How to be successful: A hooper’s perspective

It’s a question many have asked for sure, many have figured it out and many more are still trying to come up with answers to what seems to be a question with a variety of possible responses.  And whether or not those responses would suit your outlook in life what I believe that matters is for you to reach your own success  after defining what is it at the first place. The important thing to bear in mind is do what you love to do or passionate in doing instead of doing what the system or the society tells you what you must because I think it will be sweet that at that the end of the day you can say “I did it my way.” But is doing–it–you–own–way a feasible code to live by? To be honest, it’s a question that would share the same treatment with how to achieve success; subjective – depends on where you’re from, what you want, your bias, your friends, yourself. This is when we need someone to look up to: icons, idols, and superheroes. People who we would like to be our benchmark, adviser, and direction that at some point we make it a habit to quote them and imitate their activities. In this entry, I’d like to share five known basketball personalities, in a descending order, with their very own rules to success as guide to some weary and almost already fallen warriors out there.

5. Steph Curry

4. Lebron James

3. Kevin Durant

2. Kobe Bryant

1. Michael Jordan

There you go! I hope that helped you, what’s your favorite rule/s of success mentioned by the five? Leave it on the comment section. I would like to personally recommend Conor Mcgregor’srules for success, Joe Rogan’s rules for success, and Neil Strauss’ rules for success for you try. Special shout out to Evan Carmichael for the awesome videos. Let us all have a story share, boys! #BallisLife