Ed Tseng has one of his college tennis players, Paul Roveda perform mental cross-training by singing Happy Birthday at the top of his voice in a public place. https://www.edtseng.com
Ed Tseng talks to Gia Bocra Liwski, golf pro and television host about focus. https://www.edtseng.com
Ed Tseng talks about Derek Jeter being named Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated, from Joe Guido’s barber chair. https://www.edtseng.com
“There are two ways of exerting one’s strength:
one is pushing down,
the other is pulling up.”
-BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
I’ve seen a countless number of athletes in my life, and I’ve observed many of them putting others down to make themselves look good.
This usually results from insecurity, or large ego.
The great athletes don’t push others down, they pull them up.
These are the leaders.
They compliment and encourage. They help others play better.
If you are a builder-upper instead of a breaker-downer, you will help your team (and world) become better.
Enjoy my first video blog with the great Bob Ryland, Arthur Ashe’s hero, and the first black professional tennis player, at his home in New York City. https://www.edtseng.com