Would you rather:
A.) Play in the NBA
B.) Have good character
(It isn’t an either/or question — it’s designed to see what’s ultimately important.)
What does this show?
Playing in the NBA = What you do.
Having good character = Who you are.
A lot of athletes are conditioned to value what they do over who they are. Brett Ledbetter shares:
- How to deal with season-ending injuries.
- How to stay grounded and protect yourself from identity foreclosure.
- How coaches can help athletes “Get the order right.”