LeBron and the Law of Attraction


LeBron is the epitome of the law of attraction. Why? Because he has the perfect body for basketball. He has a love in his life and 2 great children. He makes a lot of money from commercials and minority owner in the English Soccer Team. He appears to have great friends and gets to play basketball with his friends. He has dedicated his life since high school or even before that to be the best basketball player he can be.

Whether people like or dislike him right now is irrelevant. It breaks my heart to see people criticize or dislike him intensely him. I don’t like to use the word hate. Hate is a strong word and strong emotion and no one should ever hate anyone. Even if he shows a tough outer shell, I know it hurts him. He never hurt anybody or committed a crime. People who criticize LeBron James should look in the mirror before they throw the first stone at LeBron.

LeBron is an inspiration to me in my life. If I want something I have to work hard at it. The one thing that law of attraction has taught me is that the closer you get to your goal, if doubt seeps in you won’t achieve that goal.

I watched LeBron and the Heat throughout the 2010-2011 season. Few people thought the Heat would make it past the Boston Celtics-they did or the Chicago Bulls-they did. Everything pointed to the Heat to win the championship. So what happened?

I believe that the closer LeBron got to winning the championship, doubt started creeping in. Maybe he put too much pressure on himself but nonetheless, the closer he got to his 1st NBA championship, it appeared he starting doubting that finally he could win the championship.

It broke my heart when they lost but Dirk Nowitzki won so I don’t feel as bad. If the Boston Celtics or the Los Angeles Lakers had won, I would have been upset.

I believe LeBron needs a sports psychologist or a Master in Law of Attraction to help him see that ring on his finger and mentally go through the last games as getting all his basketball shots.

Though LeBron did not win the championship and I wish the Heat would have won, he showed me that go after your goal and don’t ever doubt it can happen otherwise your goal cannot be achieved. LeBron appears to be a kind and loving man and he gave to his fans as much as he could.

This is where LeBron has inspired me. Go after your goal and let go of your doubts if you want to achieve your goal. I believe LeBron will win a championship but first he has to believe it is possible at the last minute.

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