"My best skill was that I was coachable. I was a sponge, and aggressive to learn." -Michael Jordan
Project Triple Threat - Staff Writer
Although this month marks the start of another off-season for most cagers around the country, we're reminded that the process of improvement knows no vacation. As Mandela once stated, "after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb." Those who fully understand this -- who obsess their process of daily improvement -- are the one's that consistently move forward. This mentality sounds cute in theory, but is an everyday thing and can be daunting especially considering today's limitless distractions. Generally speaking, how should we think about an individual's process to improve? Well-known performance strategist, Matt Mayberry, thinks it boils down to a certain mindset. A mindset he refers to as GBT. He explains that the key is to capitalize on your opportunity to live another day and to organize the day around one thing: "Get Better Today."
Read Matt's full post HERE.