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Maxim Zvonov in the special project “Make a mistake to win” about the motivation to connect life with sports

“Make a mistake to win” is a new special project of the main patron of Ukrainian sports Parimatch and the publication Na chasi. Within the project, representatives of Ukrainian sports talk about what they could not cope with in their time and what life lessons they learned from their failures.

The basketball star Maxim Zvonov told Na chasi about his own motivation to connect life with sports, how defeat in the final can give an incentive for development and why success in basketball depends on character, not talent.

During these years of working on myself, I realized an important thing. Loss begins with the fear of failure. Any such internal dialogue must be stopped. As soon as you assume that you will not hit or slip – this is exactly what will happen. If you are already out on the field, believe in yourself and live by this one game.

The player of the most titled Ukrainian club “Budivelnyk” told how the attitude to sports differs in Ukraine and the USA, why he decided to return from the States and how he hardened the character of a winner. Read tips from Maxim Zvonov and a full interview on the Na chasi website in a special project “Make a mistake to win” .

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