HOW TO CREATE THE MENTALITY OF A CHAMPION
During an interview, the Portuguese champion spoke about his son Cristiano Jr :
"I don't think he currently has what it takes to get to the top. Sometimes I am hard on him because he drinks Coca-Cola and Fanta.
I get angry and fight with him when he eats chips and things like that, he knows I don't like that. Even my younger children when they eat chocolate look at me worried," - revealed Cristiano Ronaldo.
But about the kid's talents he has no doubt: "Honestly he has good potential, he's a strong kid, fast, dribbles well, but that doesn't mean anything.
I tell him every time, because it takes a lot of dedication and hard work. "The good life is not measured by wealth or the possessions you have. The good life is about mindset, ideas, action, research and discovery. The good life is a lifestyle that is so well organized that it provides you with constant joy in life, regardless of your bank account.
The good life consolidates motivation, and motivation causes you to adopt a way of living that makes life worth living." - Jim Rohn
Sometimes when he's at home I advise him to go for a run, do exercises to increase strength and speed endurance and then take a cold water bath to recover.
And he complains , he doesn't want to, he says the water is too cold. I understand him. He is only 10 years old, but it's all up to him.
"One day, Junior asked me for an iPhone but I told him no. I want to convey to my son the idea that it is not easy to get everything he wants.
Education is the best thing I could give him. "
And finally on the future of the eldest son: "I will not put any pressure on him, I will not do anything for him to become a footballer. Of course, yes I would like him to become one, he will decide if he wants to be a doctor or whatever.
But I want him to think that he has to be the best at whatever he chooses to do."
Cristiano Ronaldo "A new discipline immediately imparts a different direction to life. You cannot change the destination overnight-it takes time, but the direction does; and the direction leads to the destination!" - Jim Rohn