Micheal Jordan

Micheal Jordan - Micheal Jordan Failure in his childhood...

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Micheal Jordan Failure in his childhood pushed him into becoming a long-remembered dominating athlete. When watching Michael Jordan playing, people do not only see a man who gives definition to team sports achievement these days, but also formidable opponent to anyone who see each game as a competition of determination. Now recognized as a surprising winning record scorer, it was failure which spurred Michael to strive for the best.”I know that fear is an obstacle for some people, but for me it is just an illusion, failure always makes me try harder on the next opportunity”. Michael Jordan was a brother among 5, he loved basketball a lot, his spirit and desire to be able to play in competition events was driven even more by rivalry with his brother Larry. Everyday both competed in one on one intense match in the back yard, and usually dominated his younger brother. In fact, Larry was considered a true athlete of the family by his brother and his High school coach.
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course EC 101 taught by Professor Sdf during the Spring '11 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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