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Eight New Year's Resolutions for Student-Athletes
by NCSA, 18 January 2014
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Many people believe in New Year's Resolutions - and that a new year means a new start. The New Year is a good time to set goals and hold yourself accountable to achieving those goals.
Have you set your New Year's Resolutions yet? If not, maybe this list will help.
1. Develop a new skill
Try something new this year. What aspect of your game could you improve on by becoming a more versatile player?
2. Choose one stat/measurable to improve
By focusing on one area, you have a better chance of make a big, impactful change versus focusing on too many things at once and only improving by an insignificant amount.
3. Attend at least one camp, instructional lesson, etc.
Indentify the best format for you to learn and improve. Sign up and then attend an event with 100% focus and determination to listen and learn from those experts.
4. Increase your GPA by .2 points
Depending on how motivated you are, you could make this a semester-by-semester goal, or try to accomplish this at least by the end of the current school year.
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