A sport is one in which a team is the centre of a huge drama, a star player makes an enormous impression and the crowd goes wild.
The debate, the buzz and the drama are all at stake.
In sports, we see this all the time.
A debate is triggered when the team loses, the star player gets injured or the fans boo the losing team.
The team loses because they were the underdog or because they didn’t play well enough.
The star player or the fan base goes berserk and throws a tantrum.
A lot of sports, including rugby league, have experienced this sort of debate.
It’s one of the reasons why the NRL has gone to great lengths to ensure its players are in tune with their emotions.
The NRL has also taken steps to ensure the game is safe, from security to training facilities.
But there’s another side to the coin, too.
If we look at what happens when we watch football in the US, it’s not pretty.
We’re watching a game where the most important person in the game, the one who is supposed to be the best at his position, is not really in his right mind.
In the first quarter of a game, you’re supposed to have your best and worst moments on the same day.
In real life, you have to have some sort of rhythm or discipline with your mental game.
This is where sports can become dangerous, as players are forced to be emotionally in tune.
I’ll put it to you this way.
A guy comes up to me and says, ‘I have a problem with the referee.
He’s going to put me out of the game because I’ve got a concussion.’
I’m thinking, OK, he’s right, but I’ve been in the right mood and the right place and I’ve done what I needed to do.
So, that’s the difference in the NFL.
You have the right mental and physical structure and it’s just a matter of getting into the right mindset.
The NFL is more dangerous because the game isn’t a contest of wills and brains.
It takes on the physical and mental elements.
This is why football players need to be aware of how to react when they’re in a situation that’s not going to be a good one.
Here’s another one.
I had a little chat with the captain of my rugby league team.
We were playing in the same league.
We went back and forth on the field, but the game was so close and he knew he could beat me if he played the game the way he wanted to.
So he said to me, ‘Look, I’ll put you out of your game because you’re a bit of a ruffian.
I’ve never done it before.’
I was really taken aback because I didn’t know how to respond to that.
But then I thought, well, he could probably say, ‘Yeah, but you’re my team mate, I’m a big man, you should respect me, I have my mates in the back and I can take care of myself’.
Then I went out and played the next two weeks in my second game.
I didn´t have to do anything else.
It was a nice, clean game.
After that, I never had to talk to him again.
If I’m in the wrong mood, I could say, you know, I’ve only got one year left.
I’m not going anywhere, I need to win a premiership and play every week, so I’m going to go out there and do the best I can.
It was the same for me.
When I was playing for my junior team, the boys loved me.
I wasn’t a big guy and I didnt have any superstars, so there was no pressure on me to do well.
The pressure was on me and the boys to win.
As for me, after my junior game, I played in the All Stars game for a team that was pretty well established in the state.
There were two other players on that team, and the other team was in the middle of a rebuild.
There was a lot of talk that the players were going to quit.
I was like, ‘Oh my God, that was a good game.
What do I do?’
It was just a great game.
It had no impact on my confidence.
It didn’t affect me at all.
There was one game at a time in the AFL where a player came up to the bench and asked for the ball.
I couldn’t do anything about it.
The guy was an assistant coach, so he asked for me to try and take the ball from him.
He didn’t give me any options.
I just sat there and let him take it.
At some point, the coach went up to my bench and started yelling at me, saying, ‘You can’t take