Sportsmanship and Life

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Each Morning....
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"The most important decision I ever made in my career was to live my life in sports as honestly and ethically as possible. Never having compromised my values allows me to look back on my life with no regrets and feel satisfaction in what I was able to accomplish." — Greg LeMond

The following link about a recent softball game in Washington state is testament to what true sportmanship is all about. And it’s also a great life lesson for all of us. We can all help those who are down (financially, personally, physically, etc), even if it means sacrificing something ourselves. Having the opportunity to help others is what I believe is one of the great joys we can all experience. Here is a college-aged girl doing something most wouldn’t even think of doing – awesome! Check it out here:

Central Washington Offers the Ultimate Act of Sportsmanship

So, go out there and show your true sportsmanship in the great life that you have!

Lance writes stories from his heart, aiming to inspire and motivate, as you align more fully with YOUR true peak. When he's not here, you can find him hanging out with his family, riding a bike, or just generally acting goofy.   Sign up for the Thoughts from the Treehouse newsletter and get additional inspiration in your email inbox!
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