To those humble enough to read this

“I’m not here to tell anyone how to live their life, I’m really not. There are winners and losers in academics, athletics, business and personal endeavors. All I am simply saying is that through a great deal of study and experience I have found that outside of talent and luck, it is character and the ability to maintain it through mental toughness, that differentiates those who succeed from those who fail. Without a strong character and the mental toughness to maintain it, the work that could be getting done will not consistently get done at a high level. If you want to succeed, or your organization to succeed, start talking, thinking, and teaching in those terms. I wrote the book to show you how to go about this. I could have kept it a secret but I want to help those willing to listen to reach or surpass their goals. This a choice, and you have to be humble enough to be willing to learn. That’s why humility is the first trait I discuss. Stay humble or you are going to stay still. I’m humble enough to know I can learn from you. I hope you feel the same of me.” William James Moore aka @coachbillmoore author of “On Character and Mental Toughness


About coachbillmoore

Educator/Author/Speaker/HS & NCAA Coach Character Coach Read Coach Moore’s book “On Character and Mental Toughness” Paperback available at Barnes & Noble or Amazon. "The measure of your character and mental toughness is the space between what you are doing and what you could be doing." -Coach Bill Moore
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