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Let's Get Messy

Unfortunately, I wrote this article prior to the heartbreaking NFC Championship loss the Packers suffered to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that took place earlier this week. I decided not to edit this first paragraph because the pain is too real and changing it could leave us with an introduction that sucks the soul out of every reader, just like the Packers did to mine this past weekend. With that being said, here we go…




I am a hardcore Cheesehead - GO PACK GO - The Pack are on my mind, and energy levels are high, knowing that the boys from Lambeau are steamrolling through the playoffs. Rodgers looks great, team chemistry is through the roof, and all three phases are clicking and ready for this Super Bowl push. Aside from my green and yellow fandom, I believe many people will be able to relate with me on the fact that I am also a fan of great leaders; leaders who have paved the way for future generations. There is no doubt, Vince Lombardi has helped lay the foundation. To start off this article, I want to break down one of his most famous quotes…

“Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect, Perfect Practice Makes Perfect”

The first thought that came to my mind was, 'I suppose that seems logical.'

But as I thought deeper, my question is this: if we practice perfectly, where do mistakes occur?