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    "The greatest something that was completed is not in never Falling but in rising again after you Fall" Vince Lombardi. Vince Lombardi was a head coach for the Many teams at the high school, College, and pro level. After a short Time as a pro football player, after graduating from college, he tried to figure out what he wanted to do with the rest of his life. He had a degree in business, so he first tried his hand at that but was discouraged quickly. Next, he thought he would try to get a law degree, but after one semester, he knew that was not what he wanted. He would then work as a chemist for one year, but that also was not something that motivated him with an idea. He liked being around young people and thought about teaching and coaching.…

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    Vince Lombardi, Player, Coach, Legend! Vince Lombardi was a legendary player and coach in the sport of football. He was a small town kid who loved sports. Little did he know he would be coaching the 1st Super bowl and end up being in the Hall of Fame. Vince Lombardi was a kid who lived in NYC , NY. He was born on June 11th 1913. He was a lover of sports. He played baseball and football while he was young. He went to St. Francis prep for High school. He got a football scholarship to Fordham…

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    he would be successful either in the Marines or as a civilian. I took Matthew under my wing and showed him how in the Marines he could attain success. I talked to him about tuition assistance, financial security and about technical training. Those were some of the things that he wanted in order to have a successful career and subsequent life. I still get emails and calls from this young man, so I know I made an impact in his life and I am grateful that I had an opportunity to do that. Vince…

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    Vince Lombardi What do you think when you hear Ethical and Visionary Leader? I’ll tell you what I think, I think of the legendary football coach Vince Lombardi. Vince Lombardi once said, “You don’t do things right once in a while…you do them right all the time” (Vince Lombardi’s Quotes, 2018). Everyone has their own opinions on who an Ethical leader and Visionary leader is, to me a great leader is someone who builds trust, credibility, and respect for both you and the organization and guide…

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    stopped the players from joining only the “good” teams and would allow for other football teams to have a fighting chance in games. Among coaches, one of the best of all time would have to be Paul Brown. The highly important man who coached the Cleveland Browns from 1946-1962. Paul Brown was also the first coach to have his players use face masks, a vital safety precaution and to use film study in his coaching practices. In small ways, Brown made lasting impacts on the game. Lastly, and possibly…

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    My Art of Life I, ERIC MANGRAM believe that the Art of Life is winning isn`t everything, but wanting to win is by Vince Lombardi. It is this way because you should always see yourself being successful in careers that you want to be the best you can be in. Hence it is motive to go by in order to have better things in your life such as housing, automobiles, and education. Therefore it is the best aphorism to go by due to its meaning which tells the one reading it that by using this aphorism you…

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    Essay On Shoring Points

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    Vince Lombardi once asked “If it doesn 't matter who wins or loses, then why do they keep score?” Scoring points is a major factor in winning a football game, but stopping the opposing team from scoring helps too. So you might simply ask, just how important is scoring points versus the amount of points that a team allows to be scored on them? Here the correlation between three variables will be examined to come to a consensus of whether the points scored or points allowed correlates with the…

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    Essay On The Movie Rudy

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    Today I watched Rudy an inspirational football movie. In Rudy, a young boy named named Daniel Ruettiger, who was nicknamed Rudy, has a dream of going to the University of Notre Dame, and playing on the football team. Everyone tells him that he can’t do it. He gets a job at a steel mill, where his best friend, Pete, died in an explosion. He then goes over to South Bend, and talks to a priest. The priest helps him get enrolled into Holy Cross College. Holy Cross College is a junior…

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    In Chapter 9, “Deontology and Fairness,” Heather Reid discusses victory and the crucial importance winning has come to be in sports. Quoting Vince Lombardi, “Winning isn’t everything…it’s the only thing”, it is seen that the highest level of importance is placed on only the outcome of the game, and not the way in which that outcome is achieved (Reid, 108). I argue that Lombardi’s revised saying, “Winning isn’t everything—but making the effort to win is,” better conveys the true spirit of sports.…

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    Ola Bola Movie Analysis

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    MOVIE REVIEW (OLA BOLA) 1.0 SYPNOPSIS Movie that set background in 1970’s, Ola Bola celebrates the unity and courage that inspire a team of Malaysian footballers to rise through all previous situation that story from zero to hero. Inspired by real events, the film showcase, the pride, and passion of a multicultural football team and their struggles to overcome personal and collective hardships. It is at once a powerful exploration of everyday human relationships and of the indomitable spirit…

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