By: @AndrewSproul90 While my career is still young and I continue my search for the next opportunity to learn, these are things I wish I could tell my younger self. Dear Younger Me: 1. Don’t Be Afraid Your fear of reaching out and talking to someone in the athletics department could have given you 1–2 years earlier start
Dear Younger Me, I know you think you already know this, but trust me, it’s worth repeating: every decision you make will impact your life — sometimes trivially, sometimes tremendously. No matter how much you obsess over planning the next few years of your life, you have no idea what lies ahead. Don’t worry — that’s the fun part.
This story originally appeared on Front Office Sports By: @drdixon20 No matter where you are, keep pushing. Good things will come. Image via identitygroup.co.uk Dear younger Deborah, You Can If You Think You Can If you think you are beaten, you are If you think you dare not, you don’t If you like to win,
Dear Dave, Chill out. Seriously. You have the knowledge, work ethic, and drive to be successful, now just go out and do it. I know you’re set to graduate from Ithaca College next May, but just keep doing what you’re doing and everything will turn out okay. You’re too concerned about having your entire future