Be 100% Committed, Win or Lose. 

As I sit here after a sporting event I attended today, I reflect on some of the things that caught my attention. 

A team is built like one unit, the unit depends on each other to do their part, to support each other at no cost, win or lose. If you don’t do your part it hurts the team. If you don’t give your all it hurts the team. With that said, if you are a team member who plays the blame game because a mistake is made or your team didn’t win, you are as bad as the team member who didn’t do their part. Under no circumstances should you gather around other teammates and blame another teammate and think that is going to make your team or the other teammate stronger. You should be supporting each other and talking among yourselves about what went wrong and what you can do to get better. Playing the blame game only pulls the team further apart, when you should be coming together as one. Pick your head up, support each other and move on to the things that are going to make you a better team and teammate. By no means am I saying don’t be disappointment but by all means I am saying do not play the blame game, ever. Be a great teammate. 

On the other end, if you commit to be part of the team, then you should commit 100% of yourself, 100% of the time, no matter if you are last or first. Value yourself and the other teammates who have fully committed themselves to you and the team. 

And then there is this…

If you have committed 100% of yourself, for yourself and for the team, then there is nothing else you can ask for. Win or lose, be proud of yourself and do NOT let others bring you down. Let the things that matter, matter. Let all the other stuff role off your shoulders. Keep building yourself to make yourself and your team better. STAY 100% COMMITTED. It’s worth it, I promise!

#beagreatteammate #100%

Author: thepositivechrisnorth

A married man of 14 years to my lovely wife Amanda. A father of two wonderful children. My son Devon is 14 and in the 8th grade. My daughter Avery is 11 and in the 5th grade. I am a United State Navy veterans, Head Cross Country Coach for the Fairlawn Jets, a veterans advocate and a real estate agent. I try to live a positive life and be a role model to as many people as I can. I live off positive energy and think it should be a focus point in everyones life. I love to mentor youth and try to make a difference in other other peoples life.

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