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Leave everything on the table with Kobe Bryant

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Highlights of an interview with Kobe Bryant are showcased in this video by Motivation District. Throughout the interview, Bryant speaks on his passion for the game of basketball and from where his motivation comes. You, “have to truly love what you do,” Bryant says. If you have passion for whatever it is, you can find the will to become better at that. “If your job is to be the best basketball player you can be, then you need to train like it.” Bryant’s words not only applies to basketball but can be translated into our everyday lives. If we are passionate about our career or path in life, we have to look for opportunities to train our bodies and minds as often as possible. Sometimes, this involves starting our days earlier. By starting our day earlier, we have more opportunities to    better ourselves and to create separation between us and our peers. Even if it is just 30 minutes more each day, the gap between us and others will widen, or the gap between us and our goals will decrease. 

Finding the motivation to put in the work simply comes down to what is important to you, what you want to accomplish, and how badly you want to succeed. Bryant talks about feeling guilty if he wasn’t doing everything possible to become the best version of himself. Many people, myself included, can relate to this. The guilt of leaving things on the table is motivation in itself to get the work done. Passion knows no bounds. If you have and recognize your passions, you can also begin to pull inspiration from other entities and integrate them into your own plan.  While this is true, it is important to not get too far ahead of ourselves. We start with a dream, and then execute one move at a time fearlessly. 
This video is a must watch as the viewers not only hear from Bryant firsthand about his experiences but also walk away with lessons to implement in their everyday lives. This video can be accessed here: 


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