How it’s difficult to be competitive

“To accomplish something difficult. Mastering, manipulating, or organizing physical objects, human beings, or ideas. Do it as quickly and independently as possible. Go beyond obstacles and maintain high standards. Excelling for oneself. To rival and surpass others. Increase awareness through observing one’s own successful experiences that are the result of one’s talents.”

H.A. Murray said in 1938.

I dedicate these words to the young athletes in Italy who in team sports play little because of foreigners.

In individual sports certainly they can compete, since no one can take away their team place, sometimes they train alone or alone, at best with coaches and trainers equally willing but alone too.

Best wishes and may your persistence and dedication always be your friend.

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