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Love and Basketball

Sports have an interesting way of teaching us skills beyond the game...

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Sports have an interesting way of teaching us skills beyond the game. I’ve learned so many invaluable lessons during my time as an athlete. Many of which I’ve applied to my career, but many others I’ve realized lately (through meditation) that are invaluable to our romantic lives as well. In this video I share 5 ways basketball is a lot like dating and mating!

Here’s the summary:

  1. Find Your Rhythm (Practice)
  2. Visualization
  3. Learn From Your Losses
  4. Build A Team
  5. Have fun

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