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Athletes of Influence?

There has been much debate throughout the years about what athletes owe their fans. Some believe that athletes just provide mere entertainment, but others believe that athletes are role models. A role model is a person who is looked up to by others as someone to be imitated. There may have been a time when […]

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I Am The Greatest

Now, let me be the first to say that I’ve never agreed with athletes’ showboating and bringing all the attention to themselves. However, I have always been a huge fan of Muhammad Ali. Ali had a way with words and a level of charisma that was so contagious that you couldn’t deny it. He had […]

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Giving Back

I have often heard people say,” that child is bad”, and I for one believe that it’s not fair label a child that way. Young children do not know the difference between right and wrong or the difference of good and bad. The adults in the children’s lives are responsible for teaching and guiding that […]

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Arrogance vs. Confidence

“To be a great champion you must believe you are the best. If you’re not, pretend you are.” – Muhammad Ali Muhammad Ali might not have been the first, but he sure was one of the best to portray confidence that many believe crossed over into arrogance. I was always raised to be humble, but […]

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