Success has no respect of persons and it is designed for all. We can’t say who success is for, only you as an individual know if you are made of success.
You may have the best coach, teacher and instructor to motivate you to success, but if you have no interest to strive toward your goal, then all that is given disappears, unfortunately.
Ask yourself…. What is success to you?
The common success which most of us recognize comes from this infamous cliché, success is based on the form of money and materialistic things. It’s understandable persisting to accomplish our goals, to get a reward at the end.
This has been a fact for many generations shown through business and sports, with people and animals or both, with a goal in mind is to win and get the trophy. Nothing is wrong with that, but what is the true goal of success in mind. The trophy or the person?
At times, success comes in a different form and rarely and temporarily noticed. Read on to discover, success is fallen in love with oneself and your own talents. I find it a blessing to recognize and acknowledge great stories like this and I hope others can appreciate it, as well.
A True Story Of Success Has No Boundaries
In this case, a twist of Fate and Faith became a natural phenomenon of success for this young man and how his persistence for his love for basketball miraculously worked wonders with his combination of luck and his belief, in himself.
Jason McElwain, a 17 year old, autistic young man, made a different impact from the other players and he didn’t put a limitation on himself, because of his disability. He stayed focused on his skills and positive attitude. Rather he knew it or not, it came from him. His commitment and dedication in practicing his game, all came threw for him, at the end.
Watch Here And View How Success Is For All
Success Defines Great Potential For All
After 3 years as an assisting coach manager, you would think J Mac, would have a bad attitude because he didn’t get to play, but only to assist his teammates with supplying them with towels, water and motivating his team, because of his autism condition.
I like his attitude, Jason didn’t flinch at his duties he enjoyed and love the sport and didn’t mind motivating the players. He has a winning attitude! See how he finally gets his break and naturally takes success by the ball and scores not one time, but six times, three point baskets, one-after-another. I think the other team was so shocked that, they just stood there watching the ball go in. Amazing!
On the clock there is only 4:19 minutes left to the game and Jason, gave it his best and made it a success for him and his school. With the grace of faith from his coach and some of his teammates prayed saying, “God, let him just to make one basket” and he did better than that.
He went out with a bang and became an instant celebrity in his school. In-addition, J Mac, had a chance to meet former Pres. Bush, Oprah and popular basketball player Magic Johnson, due to his success in the sport he loves. This was his last year in high school and the beginning of a new life.
Here are a list of greatness that comes with success….
Self Esteem Being Magnetic Reach Out To Others Encouraging Others Transformation Optimistic Mindset
Accomplishment A Dream Come True
Passion In Love In What You Do Dedication Commitment Other Peoples Faith In You Confidence Never Quit…. etc.
It is hard for me to overlook stories like this, because true success is not only in the forms of things. But it lies in the persons mind, body, and spirit is where true success comes from. Without people, success would not exist.
Now go find your success and do it for you and the love of your own talents to share with others.
Let it not go unrecognized and share this with others, by a Tweet, Like and leaving a sweet comment, to uplift and giving grace one to another.
To All Your Success, Mahalo Lani 🙂
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