The Joe Dimaggio Principle

"There is always some kid who may be seeing me for the first or last time, I owe him my best."

- Joe Dimaggio

This quote from Joe Dimaggio should hit hard.

Here's why.

Don't get it twisted, when you're playing baseball, it's a performance.

Someone has an expectation of you when you're competing.

Whether it's a coach, teammate, scout, recruiter, mom, dad or a fan.

True - your job isn't to just meet their expectations; your job is to compete and have fun.

But, you have to remember - it's not about "you".

Your coach is giving you an opportunity to be part of something bigger than yourself.

Your teammates are counting on you to compete and push the pace.

Your parents made sacrifices to make sure you got what you needed to play the game.

You've been fortunate. make sure you show it.

You never know who's watching.

You owe others your best just as much as you owe yourself the best.

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