Acceptance. What's the importance of tennis? What did I mean by playing my game? Ten years ago, I bought a class that changed my life in many ways, not least one of my lessons in my tennis game. I often think that tennis is a microcosm of life; One of the reasons I'm passionate about sports. The lesson I learned was that acceptance was the key to my successful and often winning experience in the tennis match.
In the classroom we worked on a process that gave me the opportunity to make a life of my life. I have announced the possibility of accepting – the way of existence in which I accepted the opinions and convictions and lifestyles of others, and most importantly, I have accepted myself and myself. Acceptance continues in a way that I live my life every day. This is a way to show myself, to talk to others, not to make a judgment on them.
I apply this mentality to the tennis court every time I come out to entertain a friend or compete against the opponent's fight. I'm open to each match to accept my state of mind, either myself or my opponent, with that evening. I can not resist at any moment when I go to court to warm up with the first friendly balls through the net. I think I'm going to have fun with my opponent and my match tonight. You might think, "Oh, come on, maybe you can control yourself and your thoughts, Your opponent, no, but I am not You are sure of how much fun it will be. "I disagree with this idea and that's why. If I go to the yard with a behavior that accepts acceptance, this attitude can not help but rub and joke to my opponent. Okay, it's possible, but rarely, in all the tournaments I played, at the end of a match I left the field against the opponent who was not good at it.
So how do you get fun about adoption? If my opponent does not have a judgment in my own thinking, who are we or not, then he will undoubtedly judge. Of course, people are constantly judging each other, so I think it's possible that you think "I do not like what you wear" or "I do not like you hit the ball" or "I do not like you yelling at that point" or other similar judgment. If, however, I think of my opponent as the person he is the day – angry, happy, excited, nervous, critical, serious, competitive, I will not let it affect me. Who is the day that day he is the day (what I can do everyday, everything I know), but at this moment it's important for me to figure out I'm fine though he is. If I felt good because I was doing a game, I absolutely love it, it does not matter to me that I'm there that night. And believe it or not, more often than not, if I accept the attitude and the opponent, my opponent starts to entertain me, regardless of whether he has started an angry, anxious or serious match.
I can not say that any match I've played over the years has been fun or winner, full of positive acceptance. I will never forget a comment an opponent did to me a couple of years before we caught a fight after a game. He said, even as one defeated that night, "I was not so entertaining that I did a tennis match for a long time." 19459002
His esteemed comment touched me that night more than any other comment, 39. I've ever had my opponent, I really love this game, and nothing has done that made me more enjoyable than playing with others who enjoy it , The power of acceptance is great. He gave me a gift to the dying day.
I recommend to anyone who is as enthusiastic as a player like me to accept you every time you get out of court for a game For years to come, you will keep alive the spark and the fun and just another Winning streak will surprise you, enjoy it!
Source by Kim Riley