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5 Bill Bradley Quotes To Excel At What You Do And Attain Perfection
Quotes have the depth of oceans, vastness of skies & package of Unlimited Inspiration in them. They wire us with momentary strength at times & Lifetime Inspiration at other times. iUeMagazine is happy to compile this dose of huge motivation via quotes by carefully hand picking these POWER Quotes for you. Read & Share.
An American Hall of Fame athlete and Basketball player, Bill Bradley is a former professional basketball player and politician. He served three terms as a Democratic U.S. Senator from New Jersey. Bradley was well-versed in basketball, so much that he was offered 75 college scholarships. Bill Bradley didn’t start off as a very good basketball player. In fact, he was clumsy at it but he loved it. He never gave up on practices, instead practiced more than how much other players would generally do. This is true for everything you do, including business, games, fitness, art and every other industry where there are millions around the world trying to achieve what you want to achieve. There’s much more to his success and achievement. Through his quotes, we share some of the most important lesson you need, to excel at what you do and master it!
1. “Ambition is the path to success. Persistence is the vehicle you arrive in.”
2. “Leadership is unlocking people's potential to become better.”
3. “Becoming number one is easier than remaining number one.”
4. “The taste of defeat has a richness of experience all its own.”
5. “I might lose because I wasn't tall enough; I might lose because I wasn't fast enough. But I wasn't going to lose because I wasn't ready.”
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Any facts, figures or references stated here are made by the author & don't reflect the endorsement of iU at all times unless otherwise drafted by official staff at iU. This article was first published here on 29th March 2017.