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YOU WON'T BELIEVE how many shoots 🏀MICHAEL JORDAN missed in his career⛹‍♂.

Michael Jeffrey Jordan is a former professional American basketball player, Olympic athlete, businessperson and actor. Considered one of the best basketball players ever, he dominated the sport from the mid-1980s to the late 1990s. Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six National Basketball Association championships and earned the NBA's Most Valuable Player Award five times. With five regular-season MVPs and three All-Star MVPs, Jordan became the most decorated player in the NBA. Jordan was born on February 17 , 1963, in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up in Wilmington, North Carolina, Michael developed a competitive edge at an early age. He wanted to win every game he played. Michael grew up with a stable family life. His mother, Delores, was a bank teller who has since written several books. His father, James, was a maintenance worker turned manager at General Electric. Jordan had four siblings: Larry, Deloris, Roslyn and James Jr. M.J. began his professional basketball car


Being younger I would have liked to know the importance of defining life goals to start drawing one or more plans. Although I have really fulfilled many of the goals that I have set for myself, I still have the need to continue learning and working to achieve new goals that I set for myself every time I achieve the previous ones. If you also have a winning mentality that demands more and more, I recommend you continue reading, since in this post I am going to tell you how you can define your plan in a clean and effective way. 1. Define what you want or where you want to go. The first step on this list is to analyze through deep meditation, which can even be several days thinking about the same thing, what do I want? What would I really like to have, be or have achieved? Aspects that can be as obvious as graduating from some institution, be it high school, university or some other language course you are taking can be a good example of goal definition. Buying a house, taking a trip


When I was in school I found 200 reasons to distract myself every time I decided to study. Especially when I needed to do it the most. Sometimes, when your mind is not in the mood, it may be difficult to find the right moment or motivation to sit down to study for that difficult exam, or to advance in that final project that has you worried but still you cannot finish. That is why I wrote this post with some tips that help me move forward in my activities and complete all those earrings that do not allow me to be calm. Among other things I use this list when I feel lost: 1. The first step is to organize your tasks. Make a list of all the activities you want to complete and order them from highest to lowest priority. You will notice that many of the tasks you must do will not take more than 5 minutes. You can start by doing some of those tasks. So, at the end you will feel that you can complete something bigger. 2. Dedicate yourself to one thing at a time(Avoid multi-tasking)

This is HOW BILL GATES THINKS 💻, according to his BEST QUOTES and ideas💰.

Recently I was reading about one of the richest mans of the world, and one of who we may learn a lot. I'm talking about Bill Gates . Since I was a child, I found technology as something pretty amazing. It's a world that everybody must know at least at its basics. I think B. G. is one of the most important people in the technology environment. Without his work and ideas the world may not have technological advantages that have now. That's why I decided to write a little bit about some of his most interesting ideas and quotes, to share part of his knowledge with you. This is a list of 10 topics with his best quotes and ideas , take a sit at your favorite place and enjoy: 1. Addiction to technology. - For me, it's better if a guy is addicted to his personal computer than if he is to T.V. At least his mind is taking decisions (1986) . 2. About Apple (His competitor). - To create a new standard, it is required something which is not only a bit different; it needs to