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|The concentration and dedication — the intangibles — are the deciding factors . . |
. between who won and who lost. — Tom Seaver Concentration and dedication
can't be measured or quantified. But we can see clear evidence of them in ...
|But it's the mental toolbox that holds the difference between an ordinary player |
and a great one. Hall of Fame ... The concentration and the dedication—the
intangibles— are the deciding factors, I think, between who won and who lost. I
|“The difference between the physical abilities of the players in the Major Leagues |
is not ... The concentration and the dedication—the intangibles—are the deciding
factors, I think, betWeen who won and who lost. I firmly believe that. I really do.
|“I know the price ofsuccess: dedication, hard work, and an unremitting devotion to |
the thingsyou want to see happen” - Frank Lloyd ... “The concentration and
dedication- the intangibles are the deciding factors between who won and who
|He believed that “the concentration and dedication—the intangibles—are the |
deciding factors between who won and who lost.” “A lot of people think of Tom as
being larger than life,” said his Mets roommate, shortstop Bud Harrelson.
|mental alertness that keepsthemfrom makingmental mistakes. The concentration |
andthe dedication—the intangibles—are the deciding factors,I think, between
who [wins] and who [loses]. I firmly believe that.Ireallydo.”6 Reinforcements
|Rutherford, Samuel The concentration and dedication- the intangibles are the |
deciding factors between who won and who lost. - Seaver, Tom The world has
yet to see what God will do with a man who is fully and wholly consecrated to the
|I probably got a few people mad, but I went around and told the guys that if they |
played better while I was pitching, ... So what it ultimately comes down to is the
dividing factor between the player or team that wins and the one that loses —
your personal mental attitude. ... The concentration, the dedication, those are the
intangibles, those are the deciding factors, I think, between who wins and who
|... the differences between the team that wins and the team that loses as, “the |
effort they give, the mental alertness that keeps them from making mental
mistakes. The concentration and the dedication - the intangibles - are the
deciding factors” ...
|In this work, Clausewitz examines moral and psychological aspects of warfare, stressing the necessity of courage, audacity, and self-sacrifice, as well as the importance of public opinion.|