18 May Recent RAMblings, A Lesson From Steph Curry
A Lesson From Steph Curry
Let’s talk about Steph Curry. If you aren’t familiar with him, Steph Curry is last year’s NBA MVP. Now, I’m not a big basketball fan, but I do watch a lot of sports talk shows, especially during election year, and I’ve heard several people saying that Steph Curry is this year’s Most Improved Player in the NBA. Think about that for a minute. Last year he was the MVP in the league, the best player, and this year he is the Most Improved Player.
Obviously, Steph Curry is a guy who never stops trying to get better. Contrast that to some of the people you know. I meet a lot of salespeople who sell ten or twelve cars a month, and they will not listen to a thing you have to say. They’re done learning and trying to get better. I have also dealt with plenty of Managers that are underperforming and getting smoked in their own market, yet they think they’ve hit the top of the mountain.
Take a lesson from Steph Curry. Don’t ever quit trying to make yourself better or get better. It’s been said that for progress to happen, change must occur. Make that change in your life today to make yourself better.
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