That’s what retired Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant said when asked what was more difficult. He may have won five NBA titles with the second-highest scoring game of all time but now he’s also an Oscar winner after writing and producing the short film, “Dear Basketball.”
I’ve got my tickets already, do you? This unprecedented movie took 10 years to create and spans the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. “Avengers: Infinity War” offers movie goers the ultimate showdown as The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must come together to defeat the all-powerful Thanos. Can’t wait!
If you look at the missing ingredient that prevents many athletes from reaching their full potential, you’ll find that often it’s a solid work ethic. Couldn’t agree with this article more. It applies not just to sports but in the business world as well.
From running late to failing to make eye contact, there are many bad habits you may be taking part in as a professional that could be hurting your career. I see people do these things all the time. Do you? Check it out and let me know your thoughts.
Remember when Amazon started out as a book selling platform? Times have changed. Now, Amazon pretty much does everything: it has a restaurant delivery service, a music streaming service and Amazon Homemade. It makes hardware and software, movies, television shows and video games. It publishes books and sells them. It also sells ads and makes small loans. What’s next? Real estate? Quite possibly. Check out this article.
Everyone’s wondering if the sell off is over, as Bitcoin prices dropped to a 50-day low of $6,630 this week. BTC historically reverses course whenever the relative strength index (RSI) drops to or below 30.00. Right now, the relative strength index is close to that mark, at 32.00.
Time will tell…
It’s that time again. Time to induct some of the greatest into the Hall of Fame. This week, Ray Allen, Jason Kidd, Steve Nash and Grant Hill were announced as part of the 2018 class of inductees to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday.
They’ll be joined in the 2018 class by Maurice Cheeks, Lefty Driesell, Dino Radja, Charlie Scott, Katie Smith, Tina Thompson, Rod Thorn, Ora Mae Washington and Rick Welts.