Good Enough, what’s that? There is no such thing, and if you believe there is you will be on the path to average, but if you understand it doesn’t exist, you push hard and be the best you, you can be.
Giving myself to the world. Not easy putting yourself out there, but outside that comforts zone, is where you will find greatness.
Go as hard as you could?
Play with passion?
Respect the game?
Respect your teammates?
Get the job done to the best of your ability?
let somebody know, good enough never really is?
Learn from a mistake?
Let one at bat be one at bat?
Play for your teammates?
Not worry about your personal numbers?
Pick up your teammate after he made an error, instead of using it as a reason you should be starting?
Put the haters in the background?
Get mentally prepared to play?
Make it personal between you and your opponent?
If you can do all of the above, you may or may not be successful on the field of play, but I would bet on you to be successful in life. Isn’t that what really matters anyway?
The guy who hits a line drive and gets really mad when someone catches it?
The guy who strikes out after a ten pitch at bat, and gains confidence?
The guy who quits when his team is down by 5 in the eighth?
The guy who knows he will win even when they are down 4 in the ninth?
The guy your teammates can’t stand to be around?
The guy your teammates are always trying to hang out with?
The guy your teammates hope fail, because you are an “I” guy?
The guy your teammates hope succeed, because everyone else thinks you shouldn’t?
The guy who hits a ground ball to the pitcher, carries his bat three steps and then heads to the dugout?
The guy who hits a fly ball to SS on touches second base before the ball is caught?
The guy who knows he is the most talented and therefore feels like he doesn’t have to work as hard as others?
The guy who know he is in the middle of the pack, but works harder than anyone in the country?
The guy who goes 0-4, once he goes 0-1?
The guy who forgets about the outcome of his last at bat, because it no longer matters?