We've heard a lot about the power of dedication and commitment towards a cause; and over the last decade or so we've heard quite a bit about Affirmations and how you can use these tools to give you a little extra lift while persevering towards your goals, dreams, and aspirations. If you want to succeed you must "affirm action on the court." And will yourself to peak performance and victory.
Not long ago, when given a pep-talk sports speech at a local community college, I told the team you must affirm action on the court. One of the political science students on the team said, are you suggesting we need more affirm more affirmative action on the court, as in the Supreme Court? I laughed and said; "No, but you must hold supremacy on the court and remain affirmative that you will win, and that takes action."
You see, you must be dedicated and know that the player next to you has the skills and is committed to this team and to winning. You must know that you and your team mates will do whatever it takes to maintain a level of action that insures victory. You must affirm to yourself and to your teammates that you are in it to win it and here for no other reason than total victory so help you god. You must be able to address you mirror and your mind that you are a winner and this team is a winner.
Now get out there in the second half and affirm your action on that court, and let's send that team back to the rock they crawled out from under. This is our day, this is our court, this is our game, and it better damn well be our victory. Now show them what you are made of, and let them beg for mercy.