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This is the six things everyone must learn from sports.

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  • 6THINGS SPORTSTAUGHT MEby Umakant Jani
  • YOU NEEDSOMETHINGBIGGERTHANSELF MOTIVATIONTO BE ANENTREPRENEUR.
  • Reality is different from fiction.In fiction, things need to make sense.Line from my Daily Journal
  • I write my journal everyday, things that worked in my day and things thatdidn’t work.So this is the starting & only line in first page ofthis years journal,“Reality is different from fiction. In fiction, things need to make sense.”But people take this in opposite way around. They think, in reality thingsneed to make sense, not in fiction.Don’t listen to people make your own way.Do things you love to do, it doesn’t need to make sense to other.I have learned 6 amazing things from sports...
  • BRUCEBOCHYTEAM WORKFROMLESSON #1
  • After the San Francisco Giants swept theDetroitTigers 4-0 to win the World Series inOctober, Bochy was astounded:"Its amazing what agroup of guys who playlike a team canaccomplish. Im numbthat we have won twoWorld Series in the lastthree years."  BRUCEBOCHYBASEBALL MANAGERTEAMWORKONLesson:As an entrepreneur, its critical to surround yourself with people who are driven andcommitted to accomplish your company goals together rather than focusing on their ownindividual goals.As they say in sports, there is no "i" in team.
  • THE STRENGTH OF EACHMEMBER IS THEOF THE TEAM IS EACHINDIVIDUAL MEMBER.STRENGTHTHETEAM.
  • MICHELPHELPSGOAL SETTINGFROMLESSON #2
  • Swimming star Michael Phelpson setting goals. After retiring with 18 goldmedals at the end"I did everything Iwanted to. I finished mycareer the way I wantedto."   MICHAELPHELPSSWIMMING STARGOALSETTINGONLesson:As an entrepreneur, its important to set goals and work toward them every day toensure that you leave a lasting legacy thats not filled with regrets.
  • NO ONE WILL FORGET WHATYOU DID OF THAT PRACTICE.NO ONE WILL REMEMBERWHAT YOU DID AT THEPRACTICEBUT
  • LIONELMESSICHARACTERFROMLESSON #3
  • The forward for the Barcelona and Argentinasoccer teams had this to say about being agood person on and off the field:"I am more worriedabout being a goodperson than being thebest football player inthe world.When all thisis over, what are you leftwith?"  LIONELMESSIFOOTBALL STARCHARACTERONLesson: In order to achieve your dream & survive, entrepreneurs must focus on their goal and wayto be there. But those goals should not come at the sacrifice of operating yourself in an ethical way. 
  • SERENAWILLIMASRESILIENCEFROMLESSON #4
  • After coming back from a life-threatening illnessWilliams went on to win Wimbledon, Olympicand U.S. Open titles in 2012, and had this to say:"I really think a championis defined not by theirwins but by how theycan recover when theyfall. I have fallen severaltimes. Each time I just getup and I dust myself offand I pray and Im ableto do better." SERENAWILLIAMSTENNIS STARRESILIENCEONLesson:As an new entrepreneur you will consistently face adversity of some kind or another.How you react in these times can define whether you succeed or fail at achieving your goals.
  • LIONELMESSITEAM GOALFROMLESSON #5
  • Yes you guessed correct he is my favorite of allsports players out there.And there is onemore thing to learn from this:“I play for the namefront of my shirtand people willremember the nameon its back.”LIONELMESSIFOOTBALL STARTEAMGOALONLesson:As an entrepreneur you must make sure that your organization’s goal is well understood byyour employees. I always go to work with one thought,“Go to work only for work.And at the endeverything will work.”
  • ELIMANNINGSUCCESSFROMLESSON #6
  • NewYork Giants quarterback Eli Manning onsuccess.After winning his second Super Bowl,one more than his older brother Peyton,Manning wasnt boastful:"This isnt aboutbragging rights.This is alot bigger.This is abouta team, an organizationbeing named worldchampions."  ELIMANNINGNEW YORK GIANTS STARSUCCESSONLesson:When you achieve success in business in 2013, approach it with humility.After all, even if youoperate as an independent entrepreneur, its likely that someone has helped you along the way.Recognize those people and make sure they share in your success. 
  • THANKSFORREADINGFOR ALL MAILS & SHARING MYFIRST PPT TO EVERYONE IN INFOSYSFOR MAKING KNOWLEDGESHARABLE IN EASIER WAYWEB & YOUTUBEVery much thankful forEVERYONETHIS SLIDE IS DESIGNED FROMAN ARTICLE FROM THE SITEENTREPRENEUR.COM
  • Info 26/26ABOUT THE AUTHORZane Safrit is the former CEO of Conference Calls Unlimited. His small business CEO ramblings havebeen posted on his blog for several years now. You can follow him on Twitter or listen to his weeklyradio show on blogtalkradio.com.SEND THISPass along a copy of this manifesto to others.SUBSCRIBESign up for our free e-newsletter to learn about our latest manifestos as soon as they are available.BORN ON DATEThis document was created on November 4, 2009 and is based on the best information available at that time.Check here for updates.infoABOUT CHANGETHISChangeThis is a vehicle, not a publisher.We make it easy for big ideas to spread.While the authors we work with areresponsible for their own work, they don’tnecessarily agree with everythingavailable in ChangeThis format. But youknew that already.ChangeThis is supported by the love andtender care of 800-CEO-READ. Visit usat 800-CEO-READ or at our daily blog.COPYRIGHT INFOThe copyright of this work belongsto the author, who is solely responsiblefor the content.This work is licensed under the CreativeCommons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License. To view a copy of thislicense, visit Creative Commons or send aletter to Creative Commons, 559 NathanAbbott Way, Stanford, California 94305, USA.Cover image from Veer Marketplace.WHAT YOU CAN DOYou are given the unlimited right toprint this manifesto and to distribute itelectronically (via email, your website,or any other means). You can print outpages and put them in your favoritecoffee shop’s windows or your doctor’swaiting room. You can transcribe theauthor’s words onto the sidewalk, or youcan hand out copies to everyone youmeet. You may not alter this manifestoin any way, though, and you may notcharge for it.Umakant Jani joined Infosys in winter 2010. He works with a healthcare process, HBCBS inbuilding 23, 2nd floor in NASCO EFDE team. He keeps interest in doing innovative things tomake work better, more effective and crazy about doing other inspiring things. When he is notworking you can find him learning something new. Send him a  MailABOUT THE AUTHORThis is the property of the author and he is solely responsible for everything contained in thedocuments. Copyrights of images and other things in this design is credited in the contentcopyrights section.This document was created on January 5th, 2013 and is based on the best information availableat that time. Check with the author for the further updates. Also you can ask for otherpresentations on self-motivation, inspirational, entrepreneurship, team building, and others here.BORN ON DATETHIS COPY IS THE PROPERTY OFPURPOSE OF THIS COPYThis is a presentation forthe sharing knowledge.YOUR RIGHTSYou have the rights toprint, share & make asmany as copies youneed. But authorrecommends not tomodify anything withouthis prior knowledge.CONTENT COPYRIGHTSAll images used in thisslide has beendownloaded fromsharing sites, flickr.com,deviantart.com andother sites.
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