How do you define the soul of a champion? It is difficult to pinpoint and yet we know what it looks like; we see it when we watch athletes like Roger Federer, Dwayne Wade, and Derek Jeter. We see it in their eyes, in their body language. Some of them make comebacks that seems near impossible, have victories despite all odds, and overcome setbacks that would sideline any lesser athlete.
One thing is for sure: there is more to every champion than just skill and strength; there is also something inside that drives him to use his skill and strength to make him a success. I’ve seen some pretty skilled athletes that simply didn’t have what it takes to be a champion.
I did some investigation and looked at what a few experts had to say about what makes a champion click. and was interested to find these common traits. I wrote about 3 of them in a post I wrote on Coachup earlier this week. Read what they are…
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