Sports are such a great teacher. I think of everything they’ve taught me: camaraderie, humility, how to resolve differences.
It’s different from being 21 and you think there’s endless amount of opportunities. At 33, the ending is much, much closer.
Trust me, setting things up right from the beginning will avoid a ton of tears and heartache.
The beauty in being blessed with talent is rising above doubters to create a beautiful moment.
Pain doesn’t tell you when you ought to stop. Pain is the little voice in your head that tries to hold you back because it knows if you continue you will change.
A lot of leaders fail because they don’t have the bravery to touch that nerve or strike that chord.
Use your success, wealth and influence to put them in the best position to realize their own dreams and find their true purpose.
Haters are a good problem to have. Nobody hates the good ones. They hate the great ones.
Everything negative – pressure, challenges – is all an opportunity for me to rise.
I can’t relate to lazy people. We don’t speak the same language. I don’t understand you. I don’t want to understand you.
I have self-doubt. I have insecurity. I have fear of failure. I have nights when I show up at the arena and I’m like, ‘My back hurts, my feet hurt, my knees hurt. I don’t have it. I just want to chill.’ We all have self-doubt. You don’t deny it, but you also don’t capitulate to it. You embrace it.
If you’re afraid to fail, then you’re probably going to fail.
Once you know what failure feels like, determination chases success.
The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do.