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  • Essay on Conquering My Fears

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    Losing the first game in the tournament forced us into the loser's side of the bracket, and meant we would have to win seven straight games to become champions. I knew that most of the weight of winning the championship would rest on my right arm. The prospect of this at first seemed daunting, but my dad kept reminding the team and myself of the old cliché " Take it one game at a time". With

  • Ryan Howard's Takeover Case Study

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    in December of 2014 when Philadelphia traded longtime shortstop Jimmy Rollins to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Less than a year later, the Phillies followed the Rollins trade by moving veteran pitcher Cole Hamels at the deadline last season, and second baseman chase Utley less than a month after that. The trades, along with a few others, brought in an impressive haul of prospects poised

  • The Batting Of Baseball Scouts

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    the bottom of the first inning with runners on 2nd and 3rd, one out. Here comes the pitch… BOOM! That ball hit him right in the small of the back. He is down and he’s not getting back up. The home team might have lost their star infielder in the 1st inning, but no, he gets up and walks to first base. Bases loaded, one out. The next batter hits a fly ball to the right fielder. The runner on third tags and scores. 0-1. It is the top of the 5th inning and the first batter hits a sharp

  • How To Write A Narrative Essay About My Final Game

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    the last two games of the year we stand just two games behind and even season. The first game against some team I’ve never heard of before went relatively quickly, We blew them out of the water ending the game way before the seventh inning. But somehow I find myself here; Anxiously waiting for my turn to show the team I could make something happen. It’s the last inning of the final game and I’m up to bat first. I could feel my stomach drop to the deepest part of my body as I stand around watching

  • Infield Training History

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    the battery, infielders, and outfielders. The battery consists of the pitcher and catcher, their job is to coordinate the pitch to ensure a strike or miss for the batter. The infielders consist of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd basemen, and shortstop. The first baseman should excel in being able to stretch/reach for the catch so that the opponent gets out. Second and Shortstop tend to get

  • Essay on Baseball

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    An interesting fact that I found while researching my topic is that when fielding a grounder, you should always begin with your glove all the way on the ground. If the ball takes a hop, you can bring your glove up to it even if you misjudge, odds are excellent that your top hand and/or your body will block the ball and keep it from going past. It took me a while to realize this myself. And what I am struggling with at this point is finding more reliable sources. A wise man once said “You can have

  • Journal Entries for habit

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    Journal Entries for habit one and two Habit 1: Be Proactive According to Stephen Covey, being proactive is part of human nature and humans are responsible for their own lives. He indicated the details of a social map which consist of Genetic determinism (Ancestors), Psychic determinism (Parents) and Environment determinism (Boss or something in the environment). The proactive concept was explained further using the Stimulus and Response relationship and the catalyst story of Viltor Frankl. Between

  • The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

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    The first habit listed by Stephen R. Covey, is to be proactive. He breaks down the word to create a simple reference, “response-able” means understanding that you are accountable for your life. Your behaviors are determined by you. Viktor Frankl was placed into a Jewish concentration camp during WWII; he endured great misfortune during this period of his life. To cope with the experience he envisioned himself simply watching the catastrophic torture he would endure in an out-of-body type of experience

  • The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Teens By Sean Covey

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    what they want and have a plan, whether or not it is something small or a bigger goal. Habit three is all about prioritizing and putting the important things first so that they do not become so urgent in the future. The first three habits are all about oneself and one 's “self-victory”. “Before winning in the public arenas of life, one must first

  • The Habits Of Highly Effective People By Stephen R. Covey Essay

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    7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey When I went through professor’s required book list, I recognized the book, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, at my first glance. I do remember that I read its Chinese version which was a present from my grandfather almost ten years ago when I was a teenager. Shortly after feeling excited, I was a little embarrassed because I barely remember the 7 habits. Now as an adult almost a decade later, after finished the book, the original work,