Some points for you to learn from by one of the greatest coaches of all time–Pat Summitt.
There is no such thing as self respect without respect for others.
Individual success is a myth. No one succeeds all by herself.
People who do not respect those around them are not good team members and probably lack self esteem themselves.
Admit to and make yourself accountable for mistakes. How can you improve if you’re never wrong?
Loyalty is not one way. You have to give it to receive it.
Value those people who tell you the truth, not just what you want to hear.
Communication eliminates mistakes.
We communicate all the time, even when we don’t realize it. Be aware of your body language.
Make good eye contact when speaking to someone.
Silence is a form of communication, too. Sometimes less is more.
Discipline yourself, so no one else has to.
Self discipline helps you believe in yourself.
Discipline helps you finish a job, and finishing is what separates excellent work from average work.
Do the things that aren’t fun first, and do them well.
Put the Team Before Yourself.
Know your strengths, weaknesses, and needs.
When the group has success, there is individual success.
Attitude is a choice. Maintain a positive outlook.
No one ever got anywhere by being negative.
Confidence is what happens when you’ve done the hard work that entitles you to succeed.
Competition isn’t social. It separates achievers from the average.
You can’t always be the most talented person in the room. But you can be the most competitive.
There is nothing wrong with having competitive instincts. They are survival instincts.
It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts the most.
Change equals self improvement. Push yourself to places you haven’t been before.
Handle Success Like You Handle Failure. You can’t always control what happens, but you can control how you handle it.
Sometimes you learn more from losing than winning. Losing forces you to reexamine.
It’s harder to stay on top than it is to make the climb, Continue to seek new goals.