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Patrick Mahomes Quotes

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Patrick Mahomes quotes: sayings by the filthy rich QB.

“Follow your dreams and not just do what everyone thinks you should do, but follow your dreams.”

“Not a lot of people see that when you’re growing up—you don’t get to see that people really have to work hard to become as good as they are.”

“The road to glory of raising a trophy over your head is paved in the blocks of consistency and repetition.”

“You just have got to trust in the process and not try to do too much and things will start happening and having success your way.”

“Every experience, good or bad, you have to learn from. You have to learn and develop from every experience you see.”

“I just try to learn from every mistake that I make so that I never make them again.”

“I’m going to keep trying to learn as much as possible. I’m going to keep [drilling] the fundamentals.”

“You have to keep learning, keep doing those things every single day and you learn more and more no matter if you’re in your second year of your career or in the 18th year of your career, you’re going to be learning.”

“In life, there are moments when you have to decide whether to be a ‘be-er’ or a ‘do-er.’ I didn’t worry about trying to be a star. I put in the work and did what was expected of me and trusted that the rest would follow.”

“A lot of people excel when things are going well, but as soon as things don’t go as they hoped, they hang their heads and lose their edge. I view disappointing results as problems that can be fixed. With that outlook, there’s no such thing as defeat, only opportunities.”

“I feel like, even if something goes wrong, I have confidence in myself.”

“If you want to win, you have to be efficient.”

“You get older… you want to win on the biggest stage.”

“The biggest thing I’ve done is to lean on people I respect, and I was lucky enough to grow up with a lot of role models around me. I’ve been given this platform and I want to make sure I can do whatever I can to make the world a better place in whatever way that is.”

“You dream about this stuff when you’re a kid.”

“Kids in sports—it makes such an impact in life with the lessons that you learn.”

“I was that little kid: I was the one that was looking up to athletes and getting to see them and getting to be a part of it, and I remember those experiences.”

“The best thing about it is you’re showing kids that no matter where you grow up, what race you are, that you can achieve your dream. For me, being a black quarterback—having a black dad and a white mom—it just shows that it doesn’t matter where you come from. I have been blessed to be accepted for who I am my entire life, but that isn’t the case for everyone.”

“I’m just proud of who I am. And I’ve always had that confidence in myself. The more I mature, I’ve learned that I was blessed to be in the situation that I was in.”

“All I can think about is how I grew up in a locker room where people from every race, every background, and every community came together and became brothers to accomplish a single goal.”

“I hope our country can learn from the injustices that we have witnessed to become more like the locker room where everyone is accepted. We all need to treat each other like brothers and sisters, and become something better. Let’s be the world where my little sister, generations to come, and even my future kids will grow up never having to experience these tragedies and instead love each other unconditionally!”

“We need a change now. We need love. We need compassion. We need grace and forgiveness even in the midst of the pain.”

“You dream of your first NFL start when you’re a little kid, playing football in the backyard, but until you get there, you never know what to expect.”

“You want to be drafted high, but to be drafted high into an organization like the Kansas City Chiefs, it’s like a dream to me.”

“When I was a 17 year old high school quarterback back in 2013, I tweeted, ‘I bet it feels amazing to be the quarterback who says I’m going to Disney World after winning a Super Bowl.’ My dream came true. It’s such an iconic thing. I didn’t even remember tweeting it until it came back out before the Super Bowl. For me, it was just such an iconic thing and something that was special, and I wanted to do that. And now I have and I’m here—it’s amazing. I tried to dream it, and I tweeted it, and I kinda spoke it into existence.”

“My dad just told me how proud he was just for me to be able to go out there and live out my dream. It’s something where… you just try to go out there and be the best player, the best person you can be every single day. And in doing that, you do things that your parents can be proud of. So I’ve always believed that if I’m the best person I am every single day and work hard, that I can do stuff that can be positive in this world.”

“Definitely, as a competitor, you want to get out there and play.”

“Champions are made in the early morning workouts, when everyone else is still in bed. They stay after practice to get extra reps in with their key receivers in order to be able to find each other over the screaming of 65,000 people on game day.”

“I love being able to come in every single day and work out and watch film and practice with guys who are all striving for the same goal.”

“I have a lot of guys around me that help make my job easier.”

“Coming from college, where they tell you exactly what you have to do, and they tell you have to be at this at this time, you kind of get punishment for that. Now you’re in the NFL, and you have to do it on your own.”

“For me, it’s always fun. You’re playing football and living out your dream.”

“I want to be great. I want to have a legacy. But I understand how much hard work it’s going to take.”

“I try to just focus in on being in the same routine every single day.”

“No one really sees pro athletes behind the scenes. They don’t know how hard they work. They don’t see how you work on the basics. They couldn’t possibly know. You wouldn’t think that someone who hits like Alex Rodriguez needs to use a tee every day. But that’s how he stayed on top of it.”

“Never change who you are, and be the best you can be.”

“I just try to be the best Patrick Mahomes I can be.”

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