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What do you need to learn from boxers?

The success of a boxer is not only strength, technique and experience, it is a belief in yourself and motivation to win. Any man has something to learn from a boxer, regardless of his attitude to the sport.
Boxing is one of the most dangerous martial arts, training for a boxer is very hard and exhausting. It is impossible to make progress without fights, they are painful and often lead to injuries. What motivates boxers, what makes them enter the ring again and again?
All successful boxers are confident that they were born for boxing, and now take their place. For them, boxing is not a sport and not a professional activity, it is a way of life. Boxers know that every hard workout brings them closer to their goal.
Boxers know the price of hard work
None of the world’s best boxers will tell that he was born talented and therefore has reached such a level. Success is hard work, the boxers know him the price. Hard work at the limit of their abilities, faith not in talent, but in the work done on themselves, only this makes a real boxer out of a person.
Boxers perceive pain as part of the job.
Pain is a part of growth, this principle often finds wrong application, but for boxing it is fair. Boxers know what pain is, boxers are used to enduring it, this is what allows them to achieve more and see their progress.
Boxers can lose
Mohammed Ali is considered and is the greatest boxer, but at the same time even he has defeats. One must be able to lose and take defeat as a lesson.
It is not terrible to lose, if it helps to become better and prove to everyone its superiority.
Boxers have no self-pity
Self-pity is a feeling for an ordinary person, not for a boxer. One opponent will never regret the other in the ring, so there is no room for pity in the box. This feeling blocks the road to success.
Boxers believe in their abilities
Why do boxers never stop in front of difficulties? They are confident in their capabilities and know that difficulties must be overcome. Boxers believe in themselves, but at the same time they are constantly improving their capabilities, with each workout they become stronger than they were yesterday.
In order to believe in yourself and your purpose, to be able to achieve goals with hard work, to give up self-pity and learn to lose, you do not have to be a boxer. Volitional qualities, as well as physical, are developed by constant training. Perhaps a look at success through the eyes of boxers will force you to reconsider your training, motivation and vision of goals.

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