Dan Gable, the legendary Olympic wrestling champion and arguably the most successful coach in American collegiate history, did not become such a legend by being easy on himself. Gable is famous for using his only loss in his collegiate career (which also happened to be his last match) to fuel his drive toward the 1972 Olympic Gold medal. Gable used one of the worst experiences of his wresting career to propel himself to one of the most successful careers in the history of sports. How did he do this? He demanded something of himself, and he did not accept any excuses for not following through. The same principles that propelled Gable’s success through times of adversity are critical in using goals effectively during a tough economy.
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