The Seven (7) "Plays" of THE STUDENT-ATHLETE PLAYBOOK!

The Seven (7) "Plays" of THE STUDENT-ATHLETE PLAYBOOK!
GOALS - FOCUS - EFFORT - FAMILY - ACADEMICS - CONSISTENCY - SACRIFICE - PERSEVERANCE - RESPECT - CHARACTER
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MUHAMMAD ALI --- More than a Boxer!!!

In 1960, the year that Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. won a gold medal at the Rome Olympics, segregation was law in parts of America. Marriage between the races was a crime in some states. There were restaurants and hotels that Clay was forbidden to enter.

Forty-eight years later, an African-American was elected president of the United States.


Exceptional leaders and the resolve of tens of millions of men and women were the foundation of the civil-rights movement in America. But something beyond decades of strategizing, commitment and hard work was a prerequisite to Barack Obama becoming president. The American people in their collective heart had to be willing to embrace a man of color with a strange-sounding name that originated in African and Arabic culture.


Muhammad Ali paved the road to that destination.


To read more, click on this link ... http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1887585-muhammad-ali-why-he-mattered

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