At the end of the day, you're responsible for yourself and your actions and that's all you can control. So rather than be frustrated with what you can't control, try to fix the things you can.
Playing video games is something I enjoy in my spare time. I'm a gamer, always have been.
I'm not the type of person to give up just because something gets rough. That's a coward. That's not me.
Too much coffee. Too much coffee and Gatorade. It's a hell of a mix. If you're ever tired in the morning, just try that mix, and tell me what you think.
I don't think anything less than perfect, even though I'm a human being. The way I work and go at things is to better myself in perfect terms.
Coaching takes patience. I'm more enthused when teaching players who want it versus when I have to.
There are a lot of things that frustrate me. I get frustrated when I have to wait at a red light.
We have to do the impossible, but it is possible.
I'm from the bottom, I understand what it's like to have and to not have. My perception on giving is to put yourself in those people's shoes and go from there. So that's what I did.
The beautiful thing about when you go through a slide is that you learn from it. Not just saying that you learn from it, but applying the things that you have learned.
We know that in order for us to turn this around, it doesn't matter how many coaches they bring in here, assistants, weight trainers, whoever, we're the ones that are going to have turn it around. And I think just took that responsibility on ourselves.
I've never been an individual guy. I never cared about the accolades. I've always been driven by the competition and the learning process.
I have a problem sometimes with being too hyper.
I learned one thing - never hate a positive option.
I'm not someone who is going to give in to a lot of pressure. I've always understood that everything is not always going to be good.
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