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Russell Wilson Quotes

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Russell Wilson quotes: tight-spiraled tips by “The Professor.”

“Live with a purpose.”

“Always persevere, always have a great perspective, and always have great purpose in your life.”

“You’ve got to be your biggest critic.  You have to be willing to go the extra mile.”

“Don’t become bored with consistency.  All I ever want to do is be super-consistent.  And that’s how you prepare… that’s how you study, that’s how you live your life in what you do.”

“Separation comes from preparation.”

“Adversity is temporary.  You need to snap into the moment and not panic, not worry about outside forces.  Your self-talk has to be great: ‘I’ve been here before.  I’m here.’  You have to believe and have great confidence.”

“I feel like you just find a way.  You know?  So like I said, just stay the course.”

“Every setback has a major comeback.”

“In the midst of chaos, you’ve gotta be able to slow it down.”

“Sometimes the play dictates itself.  I don’t think you want to overthink it.  You just go with your best plays and stuff that you do really well.  Simple wins: you just have to be able to do the simple things right.”

“I truly believe in positive synergy, that your positive mindset gives you a more hopeful outlook – and belief that you can do something great means you will do something great.”

“Ultimately, I think authenticity is always key, no matter what you do in life.  It’s also key to the branding side of things.”

“I think giving great content out to people is critical – and exclusive – cool content they’ve never seen before is the best way to go.”

“I’ll write down little lines, I always say, ‘KTN,’ and I say that to my receivers and running backs and that means ‘keep taking notes.’  That keeps me alert.  That keeps me going.  That keeps my drive there, even when you’re taking notes on something that you’ve already taken notes on a million times – keep taking notes.”

“People don’t understand: I’ve always been busy.  They think that, ‘Oh, he’s too busy, blah, blah, blah…’ but for me, this is how it’s always been.  I took 18 credits every semester of college, graduated in three years, took graduate school courses, played football and baseball my whole college career.  I’ve never stopped, and that’s where that phrase ‘No Time 2 Sleep’ is always true.  I get motivated by success, by winning, by being around great people.”

“Since I was in high school, I wanted to play professional football and professional baseball, be a two-sport star.”

“I thought about all the people that told me I couldn’t do it and told me I couldn’t get there.”

“My faith is so strong that I believe that God made me 5′ 11″ for a reason.  For all the kids that have been told, ‘No,’ – that they can’t do it – or all the kids that will be told no.”

“I feel like I’m so blessed, with you in control [God], I can’t go wrong, ’cause I always know I’m gonna be ready.”

“No one can stop what God has for you.”

“When we are at the worst times of our lives, when we are battling with something, or struggles, whatever it may be, when we are at our highest point as well, when things are going really well, we want somebody to comfort us and be there for us and to say, ‘Well done.’  That’s Jesus!”

“If someone goes to the guidance counselor, people think that person is weird.  I want to change that thought.  How can we learn from other people?  How can we learn from the experience of failure?”

“The only person I can change is the one in the mirror.”

“I think that we all have a chance to make a difference in our communities and it starts with the individual.  Michael Jackson, one of my favorite entertainers of all time, he said, ‘Man in the mirror,’ and that’s true.  The idea that the man in the mirror is what we have to fix first.  In the grand scheme of things, we all have to make a difference.  We all have to make a little bit of a change.”

“My dad used to wake me up at 5:30 in the morning and hit me ground balls and tell me, ‘Don’t be afraid to excel.  Don’t be afraid to be great.'”

“I have high expectations of myself.  I always have, always will.  That will never waver.  I always believe in my talent – always have.”

“Every day I wake up and that’s my goal, to be on a constant quest for knowledge and do something different – being unique and being uncommon.”

“My height doesn’t define my skill set.”

“To be a great quarterback, you have to have great leadership, great attention to detail, and a relentless competitive nature – and I try to bring that on a daily basis.”

“Today, I’m trying to be the best in the world.”

“It’s a lifestyle.  You either commit to the lifestyle or you don’t.  I want to be great.  I want to be the best.  This is my norm.  This is who I am.”

“I want to be a Christian man that helps lead and helps change lives and helps serve other people.  It’s not about me, you know.  It’s not about me and it’s about just helping other people.  So that’s kind of where I keep my focus.”

“I don’t think I’ve arrived.  I think I’m continuing to get there, getting closer and closer to where I want to go.  But I’m not there yet.”

“For me, my vision is: how can I affect somebody positively every day?  When you focus on other people, somehow, good things happen to you.  I think that’s my goal.  That’s my vision.”

“I’ve been through a lot in life, and had some ups and downs.  It’s what’s led me to this day.”

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