JORDAN: Focus on the little things.
TSENG: Focus on your weaknesses, as well as your strengths.
JORDAN: Don’t think about the prize; think about the work.
TSENG: Focus on the process, not the product.
JORDAN: Use tough losses for motivation.
TSENG: You either win or you learn.
JORDAN: Nervousness is not a bad thing.
TSENG: If you’re not nervous, you’re not ready.
JORDAN: Prepare, practice and perfect it.
TSENG: Practice perfect.
JORDAN: Stick to the things you are capable of doing.
TSENG: Focus on the things you can control.
JORDAN: I was nervous when I first played golf with Tiger Woods.
TSENG: I was nervous when I first played tennis with Martina Navratilova.
JORDAN: You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them.
TSENG: The great ones act like winners before they actually become winners.
Michael Jordan won six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls, two Olympic basketball gold medals and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in September. He is one of the greatest athletes in history.
Ed Tseng is a blogger.