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30sec Tip: Don’t Rest after Your First Victory

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30sec Tip: Don’t Rest after Your First Victory

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    Don’t rest after your first victory because if you fail the second time, more lips will be waiting to say that your first victory was just luck.

    Time after time you see a promising athlete come out of college and go into the pros only to bomb out. He or she had the best athletic ability, yet could not cut it at the professional level. Others might not have great athletic ability, get picked late in the draft and go onto become super stars. Tom Brady comes to mind as someone who wasn’t particularly outstanding in college who has gone on to be a probable first time inductee into the NFL Hall of Fame.

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