Michael Irvin- Discipline

Discipline is more than just saying “Don’t throw your hands up in the air when you score a touchdown.”  Discipline is when it’s 110 degrees in the Orange Bowl, no breeze, fourth quarter, a minute and a half left to play, you’re dead tired, they come to the line and the opposing quarterback gives you that hard count: “Hut-HUT!”  And you don’t jump offsides.  Because you’re disciplined… mentally and physically.- Michaal Irvin (The Playmaker)

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One Response to “Michael Irvin- Discipline”

  1. Frank Says:

    An excellent point. Real discipline is not “for” anything. It must become an end in itself.

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