Delisted Free Agent
- Nov 8, 2005
But the world needs balance. Not enough ego and arrogance can lead to unforeseen consequences. With that in mind it's incumbent on us members to support our club in an ego fueled, arrogant and dismissive manner. We need to constantly remind non-RFC supporters just how great we are at every opportunity.Yeah. It is really amazing that they have created a culture where everyone parks their ego somewhere else.
But that is not the most amazing thing, it is one thing to create this culture but to have everyone buy in and accept it, is more amazing.
But even that is not the most amazing thing. Not only have they created this culture and obtained total buy-in, they have done this in an elite sporting environment. As a rule, e sportspeople do not park their egos anywhere. They take them everywhere they go. Ego is a huge part of what makes them elite.
Do Le Bron James and Usain Bolt park their egos? What about Tiger Woods and Rafael Nadal? Or Roger Federer and Serena Williams? Is Kobe Bryant humble?
That is what is truly amazing! And that is why other teams are struggling to copy our culture. Nathan Buckley and Chris Scott, for example, get the mechanics of how this works but have no understanding of what the moving parts are doing.
Bachar is a huge part of our culture. He drives it as much as Cotchin and Hardwick do.