About a month ago, a 10 part docu series about Michael Jordan’s last championship season wrapped up.
It brought back a lot of memories for me because I was an avid fan back then of the NBA.
Once MJ retired, I appreciated his greatness even more because you realized just how dominant he was.
It is clear in the series about how competitive he was and how he wanted to win at all costs.
Some of our former high school and college athletes keep in touch with me on a regular basis and they said that after watching it, it was apparent that he wasn’t a great mentor and things of that nature.
I said, ‘Guys, he wasn’t trying to be a great mentor. Usually great mentors in sports aren’t the best players. Jordan had a sole purpose of winning, no matter what.’
They saw my point and I think anyone that played with him can say that they became better in all aspects of life because of being around such a dominant and winning mindset.
To me, it will never be equaled, which is the reason no one else can ever be considered the greatest of all time (GOAT).
How can you start making your mindset just a little bit better?
Be unconventional – Kyle Newell
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P.P.S-After much consideration, we are pushing our Fat Shredder to September. We will be able to run it better and people will be ready for it. We don’t want anyone to miss out. Details will come out as it gets closer.