August 7, 2014
Other stories of Kobe’s inhuman work ethic
My favorite quote:
“He once told me at a halftime of a game, he was struggling, and I asked him, “How do you feel?” and he said, “I feel great! The second half… the second half… I work too hard. These shots HAVE to fall eventually because I’ve worked too hard, I’ve shot too many shots.”
…never liked this guy until I learned how dedicated he was to succeed!
Respect to Kobe, and to all who put in the extra mile.
yeah somewhat it is true ..but it saves times for those who are talented they can enhance themselves but who dont have need to build from scratch , so if they are level 6 hard workers might reach at level 4 ….
let say you really worked hard and manage to reach on same line… people will say he is really lucky enough .. to reach there…. no one sees the hard work behind what that person has done.
So somewhere hard workers dont get that benefit .. but again question arises do have any other option … if answer is NO … that you have to work hard.
Hard work levels the playing field. What you may lack in talent, you can make up for in sweat equity. How bad do you want it? How long will you stay at it?
Hard work never fails, I believe in hard work, the main difference i feel is “Only time taken to do the work” If a person have Talent he will do in short period. whereas the hard working Guy take little more time but put is eventually perfect.
How about in the long run, over years? =)