The will to succeed is important, but what’s more important is the will to prepare. – Bob Knight
If you have read my blog before, you know the emphasis I like to place on preparation. Sorry if this feels like beating a dead horse.
Imagine that you are interested in cooking. You WANT to be really good at it. You have the will to be successful. You have only a very basic understanding of it though – you know that bread is made with flour, eggs, and other ingredients but refuse to look up a recipe and go buy ingredients other that what you already have at home – but you place a huge value on being a great cook. So much value, that your self-esteem was ruined when you threw random ingredients together and failed to make good bread the first time you tried. You then give up and decide that cooking…
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