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Sports: Good Way To Build Relationships And Trust

Updated on May 24, 2015

One of the things that I love doing is playing, watching sports. Especially watching the NBA playoffs this year with the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets. The first two games in the series have been great, but the last game was not so stellar. Sports, it does not matter if it is basketball, soccer, football, or whatever, are great ways to build relationships. Each person relies on one another to do his or her duties in order to reach the team's goal, which is to win the game. Winning is not everything, but it is about giving effort, showing trust in one another that he or she is doing what he or she is supposed to do. This will in turn develop into a strong, friendly relationship. Playing sports will provide fitness by moving around a lot and also leadership by encouraging teammates and planning on how to execute plays by using a lot of communications. On the other spectrum of sports, is watching with other people who share the same passion as you do. It will also build a relationship with new people and possibly a strong friendship that could last for a lifetime. People like to be around others that are passionate, because it shows that they are emotional and driven, and are displaying true and genuine humanistic characterization. Those people usually do not care if they are exposing themselves by showing great deal of emotions. Sports can bring the best out of people. Whether it is watching or playing sports, it usually will build strong relationship and trust towards people someone already knows or new people to be candid that shares the same passions that you do. This also promotes good health, physically, mentally, and emotionally. One of the most captivating things that sports bring out is that someone's can improve leadership and social skills just by being around people and doing a lot of interacting and communicating with them with something that have passion for.

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