We looked inside some of the tweets by @CBTJBaseball and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Looks like tonight’s baseball is cancelled. I have not heard for confirmation.
The game taught me: • Aptitude is essential. • You can’t force passion. • We determine our success. • We must be our best coach. • Grit > Ability. • Million dollar swing/arm is worthless with a $.10 mind. • Athleticism is temporary. • How we treat others tells our story.
Someone told me I had gotten too "soft" on Twitter lately. Here was my response: "Oh yeah, well I heard you were a .400 hitter in college... .100 your Freshman year, .100 your Sophomore year, .100 your Junior year, .100 your Senior year."
Legendary coach. ❤️
Players: The weight room does a lot more than just build your body. It builds character/mental toughness. It identifies weaknesses & reveals assertiveness. It creates leaders & shows who has drive & those who fake it. Through its grit, it reveals who’ll be successful & who won’t.
So true. This offseason leaders stepped up, characters were revealed. And WE got better! Keep it up. Two weeks and the lights turn on.
Leadership... Loyalty… Requires selflessness because it means you cannot live only for yourself. Loyalty… Requires courage because you must stand by your commitments even when it can be difficult If you expect loyalty… it is always driven by truth, transparency and trust
Players: Toughness is making the daily choice to consistently do what’s hard over doing what’s easy. There is no easy path. It takes what it takes. If you choose to do what’s easy, your only chance for success is just to hope that your opponent is lazier & softer than you are.
What if we taught kids that THEIR SUCCESS IS NOT THE MOST IMPORTANT thing in TEAM sports, but rather the ability to function as part of a TEAM supersedes wanting INDIVIDUAL success. QUIT TELLING THEM THEY’RE THE BEST and DESERVE more!Tell them to use their skills for the TEAM!