Intimidating quotes for sports
Professors there promoted Marxism, engaged in active recruitment of students amenable to Marxist ideas, and damaged the careers of those who were anti-Marxist.
Being successful is about doing your best.” Barbara Ann Cochran – Gold medal Olympic skier DR G’S COMMENTS: In today’s highly competitive world, far too many athletes get distracted by what their competition is doing. Limits and handicaps are placed in your life for you to overcome them. Our world is a never ending testimony how in every impossible resides a “possible.” Question your limiting beliefs. Train yourself on a daily basis to get in the habit of trying to do the impossible.
They become too preoccupied with beating a certain opponent instead of just concentrating on themselves. And when you compete, trust yourself, know that you’ve done everything in your power to prepare, and just let the result take care of itself. Go directly after your “I can’ts.” Do not give in to them.
To these athletes, winning means being number one, coming in first and nothing else. Remember, winning is about what YOU do, not what your opponent does. What “unbreakable” limits are you placing on yourself as an excuse for not going for it? Do not let your “I can’ts” define who you are and what you can do.
If you dared speak up for America or economic freedom, you were persecuted. It is preferable to avert one’s eyes from such a situation, and very unpleasant to experience it directly; that is why those singled out for persecution were never defended.
They were hung out to dry, and nobody dared interfere.