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Win the Day

"Win the Day" is about focusing on daily growth and progress. I tell my athletes to avoid getting bogged down by the enormity of long-term goals. Instead, I encourage them to win each day by making small, consistent strides. Whether it's enhancing a skill, making a healthier choice, or acing a test, the aim is to be better than they were yesterday. That's how they 'win' each day.


Small Changes Big Results


I often talk about the 1% concept with my team. It's the idea that if they strive to improve just 1% each day, these minor improvements accumulate into significant progress over time. It's not about massive leaps but rather about consistent, incremental growth. Whether running a bit faster, lifting a bit heavier, or studying a bit longer, every little bit contributes to their overall development as athletes and individuals.

Trust and Love the Process


Loving the process is a crucial part of the journey for a college athlete. It's about embracing the sweat, the early mornings, the late-night study sessions, and the setbacks. It's understanding that every step, no matter how small, is a part of the path toward growth. The journey isn't just about the destination - the games won or the records broken - it's about the transformation that happens along the way. It's about becoming not just a better athlete but a better person.

The Game Plan


To truly "Win the Day," there are practical steps my athletes can take. First, setting clear, achievable goals for each day. This could be as simple as drinking more water or as specific as perfecting a technique. Second, maintaining a consistent schedule. Routine helps manage time effectively between training, studying, and resting. Lastly, practicing mindfulness. Being present in each moment, whether on the court or in the classroom, helps them focus and perform at their best. These daily habits pave the way to success.


So… "Win the Day" is more than a motto; it's a way of life. It's about understanding the power of daily improvement, embracing the journey, and implementing practical habits for success. Every day is an opportunity to grow, improve, and inch closer to your goals. So, let's lace up, hit the books, and win not just the game but every day. Because in the end, it's the small victories that lead to the greatest triumphs.



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