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This soccer personality became so popular because of his sex appeal towards women off the field, and his amazing soccer skills, specifically his fancy footwork, on the field. The Portugal born Real Madrid athlete is a huge star and he clearly understands the prerequisites for success.
Rafael Nadal was always an athletic kid growing up, but it was his bold decision to stick to just tennis and fully master the game that actually led him to success. He had a great supporting cast in his uncle and coach who guided him and his mind over matter approach assisted him to the top.
NHL's Steven Stamkos was born to play hockey. By age 2, he had stepped on the ice and became hooked to the sport. He has had many idols that have inspired him for greatness and his mentors from childhood to the limelight have brought success at a faster speed. His story...
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is one of the most successful athletes on earth, but the layers upon layers of lessons and obstacles he's faced earn him that throne. He not only faced poverty, but his family members have been hooked on drugs, his father was a dealer who was sent to jail and Mayweather looked up and out the entire time.
How did Magic Johnson acquire the mentality to become an NBA Legend, beat HIV, and even own various businesses? Learn the traits that made him an inspiration to the world
Maria Sharapova's inspiration only bio and quotes. Find out what traits and decisions she made to become a very successful female tennis player.
Derrick Rose was born in the rough neighborhoods of Chicago where poverty and violence were a common thing. Rather then allowing it to be an excuse, he let it fuel him. Rose has an unmatchable work ethic along with a fierce level of confidence in himself which certainly led him to be the youngest MVP alongside Jordan.
Messi has been doing the impossible ever since he was born with a growth hormone deficiency back in Argentina. Although he was almost always the shortest on the field, his mindset was the tallest so to speak. Today, he is possibly the greatest footballer of all time, yet he remains humble, poised and passionate as always. He states he we will retire when he no longer has fun doing it.