Seperate Yourself

by Rali Todd
(Miami, FL)

It’s simple and tt’s Basic, your number # 1 secret of success will always be knowing your “Niche” and using it to separate yourself form every other Baller out there…

What is a Niche?

Your niche is how you are different from everyone else. It is the one aspect that you are great at, not good at, but great at.

It is the one thing that will get you on a team, or get you cut off of a team.

This will be your secret weapon. Because most of your competition will forever ignore the fundamentals of Defining a Niche, or screw it up (since they've never bothered to pay attention to the lessons).

It's relatively easy to get a coach to say “Hey, that ballers pretty good”. But that doesn't mean they will pick you to be on their team or pursue you to play for them.

No. You want your prospect Coach to say -- after experiencing watching you play --

"Wow! That’s Exactly what I need on my team, How do I get them to consider playing for me?"

But getting a coach to be Jaw Dropped and begging you to play for them is a much more complex process. You don't have to understand the biology or chemistry that goes on... but you DO have to realize that dominating the hardwood requires a lot of knowledge and a little skill.

There are a few key secrets to Identifying A Niche that -- once you master them -- will guarantee that EVERY Time you step on the court every coach and player will be astonished and you will start leaving your dominating trail of legacy along the way.

That's how the greats are formed. First by identifying their niche and then by working to master their niche. Most Ballers Play From their Heels… meaning they blow it when it comes to Discovering what aspect of the game they dominate. They stumble along the way guessing how to develop their game and normally find them selves in a dark hole with no way to get out.

The Baller Graveyard is crammed with great talented ballers that failed to identify and work on their niche.

However, when you master the basics of Developing a Niche and continually working to master your niche, you will start to see and feel the difference.

If you look at any of the Dominating Forces in the pros you will find that it is easy to identify their niche:

Reggie Miller- Shooting
Bruce Bowen- Defense
Steven Nash- passing and play making
Tracy Mcgrady- Scoring
Shaq- Post Dominating
Ben Wallace- Rebounding

They discovered their Niche and developed a plan to master it, not to be good at it but to be great at it.

So how do you figure out what’s your Gold key Niche?

Easy, ask yourself what you think you are best at, what important aspect of basketball do you always do well, or tend to be better then others at.

Now once you have identified your niche, you have found a pot of gold, and you will be 100 steps ahead of your competition.

You see, if you do not have a niche, and really do not understand what kind of a player you are or what you do very well you won’t succeed.

Rali Todd
World’s # 1 Undisputed Pro Basketball trainer

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Nov 11, 2015
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by: Anonymous

I think knowing about your niche is one of the strongest way you can define yourself and get to the top. When a worker at custom essay writing is unaware of his/her niche he/she is not capable to achieve success in their field of work.

Jan 08, 2008
by: mohamed

Oct 29, 2007
good adivice
by: Anonymous

yea if you haven't been doing this yet, it could TRANSFORM your game or even if you do have a niche you could always make it better. it may seem like simple advice but it is important if you didn't know it before.

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