Personal Development Lesson Right Here! Me, Live at the Miami Heat Game!

Excellent Game, Live Footage, & an Incredible Personal Development Lesson!

I was recently in South Beach and decided to get tickets to the Miami Heat Game against the Detroit Pistons!

It was a close score the entire game with the Heat trailing behind the entire game. The Arena was packed! The energy was amazing and the pressure was on!

I recorded the final seconds of this epic battle live from my iPhone! There’s a pretty good personal development lesson to be taken away form this video as well! Check it out to see. =)



A Personal Development Lesson I Never Expected from the Miami Heat

While you may not see it just yet, there is a HUGE personal development lesson in this video! Have you ever seen an epic battle just like this one?

Have you ever watched something like a great movie that had you on the edge of your seat, biting your nails? Well this game did that for me, and it is something I won’t forget! 

Imagine, the crowd is cheering, your blood is pumping, and you are on the edge of a moment unlike any other.

With 15 seconds on the clock and down by one, the Miami Heat was in a position to push with everything they had and take it up a notch.

Could they do it? All you hear for a few second is “Let’s go Heat, Let’s go Heat!” Wait, it’s a cheering section, right?

Then, they get down to 6 seconds on the clock, down by one, have you ever felt this kind of pressure and excitement all at once?

Free throws are being made, and the teammates are sticking close to their comrade. What would you do?

Would you crack under the pressure like an egg, or would you be like coffee and let the heat create an amazing aroma that comes out stronger on the other side?

So, what does this all mean to you? Ah, stick with me friends, KEEP READING!

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The Greatest Personal Development Lesson of All Time

If there is one thing I’ve noticed, it’s that everyone believes that they have to start off with a big bang.

Many people believe that they need to be running out of the gate at 100 miles per hour to make a business work, when they forget that their personal development along the way is even more important that the business itself.

Why? Jim Rohn said it best when he said, “Work harder on yourself than you do on your job.” This is what creates fortunes. 

It’s not about how you start, but it’s about how you finish.

Wouldn’t you rather be able to finish and have that success story, even if you struggled along the way and learned something?

Notice at the end of the video, the crowd is roaring even louder, because this is what a win looks like!

Even if the team didn’t play their best, they were still being supported along the way by a coach, and a real team effort.

What Did You Learn from this Personal Development Lesson?

Now, I have to ask; what did you learn folks?

There is a personal development and leadership lesson in here for everyone, no matter what you do in life.

If you screw up, then learn from it and finish strong. Just tell yourself everyday it’s not about how you start, it’s always about how you finish!

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Cesar L. Rodriguez

Cesar Rodriguez is an entrepreneur and 15yr direct sales & network marketing veteran who is considered one of the most sought after speakers, trainers, and consultants in the areas of prospecting, closing, and recruiting today. For fun he enjoys playing soccer, ultimate frisbee, working out, and teaching people how to become financially free by sharing the knowledge he's accumulated over his career with his students, friends, and fans. For business inquires feel free to email him directly at: Cesar@SalesSkool.com