Thank the Passer
– Monday Mindset –
Today’s Monday Mindset: Thank the Passer
Presented by: Mano Watsa, President of PGC Basketball Camps
Good players have a habit of thanking the passer.
When somebody sets you up for an easy layup, you turn and point to them. It’s your way of acknowledging they contributed to your success.
How often do you thank the passer?
Much of what we have in life has come from others – family, friends, teachers, coaches – who’ve contributed to our success.
That’s why I take the time to write thank you cards on a weekly basis, 50 to a hundred per year.
When was the last time you not just texted, not just said thank you, but actually put pen to paper and thanked the passer?
Think of at least two people you can thank today. Even if it’s a text, even if it’s the words. Thank you. That goes a long way.
But if you want to challenge yourself…
…send somebody a card, a note in the mail, it makes a world of difference.
When you acknowledge others, you’re saying “I see you and thanks for contributing to my success”.
Thank the passer.
That’s your Monday Mindset.
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