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  • Failing to plan is planning to fail.

    Be honest. Do you actually put this into daily practice?

    For the last couple years, I have made a daily habit of planning out my day the night before. I don’t wait until the next day and hope I get it done.

    Great coaches and great players don’t base their game on hope. They don’t hope things happen. They plan it. They get it on the calendar. They get things done.

    Something you can do to work towards success is planning your day, the night before. Sit down. Get out a piece of paper. Put it in your phone. Plan out what you need to get done the next day.

    After you have made your list of what needs to get done, prioritize your list. Create “A,” “B,” and “C,” categories.

    • “A” Category: What is top of the line? Urgent? Must be done.
    • “B” Category: What needs to get done but may be able to pushed back?
    • “C” What would be an extremely successful day, if you were able to get these tasks done too?

    Plan out your day. Don’t base your game on hope. You’ll like the results.

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    About PGC

    PGC Basketball provides intense, no-nonsense basketball training for players and coaches. Our basketball camps are designed to teach players of all positions to play smart basketball, be coaches on the court, and be leaders in practices, games and in everyday life.

    We combine our unique PGC culture with a variety of teaching methods and learning environments to maximize the learning potential of those that attend our sessions. In addition to spending 6-7 hours on the court each day, lessons will be reinforced through classroom sessions and video analysis.

    Our goal at PGC is to empower you with the tools to fulfill your basketball dreams, while also assisting you in experiencing the joy of the journey.

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