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Part 1: What is E4A?
Part 2: Win the Hour
Part 3: Compete without Contempt
Part 4: Resiliency
Especially for Athletes (E4A) is a movement led my athletes to improve culture in teams, school and communities across the country. We want to use sports as a platform for good and improve our lives and others in the process by doing the work with our eyes up.
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Win the hour means to be present, in the moment, focused on what you are doing right now and make the most of it. Don’t worry about what last hour was , or about what is coming up, make the most of the current moment and do so with your eyes up in optimism.
Being an athlete means you have the opportunities to compete with your teammates and to represent your school and community. What an awesome honor that is. As a member of Especially for Athletes you promise to me more than just a participant in the classroom, hallways. weight room, or in the track, field or court. You promise to be a competitor, but to compete with respect for the game, refs, fans, teammates and your opponents. Compete the right way...without contempt for others.
The definition of Resiliency is: The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. The ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape.
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Suicide does not have one single cause. Certain factors like substance abuse and untreated depression can lead to higher risk of suicide just as having a robust social circle can help protect you from suicide. Read more about the warning signs, risk factors and protective factors of suicide.
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