"Believe that we can apply. A lot of what happens in U sports to the business world only hit on a few pros and cons things that we can take from the world of us sports. I'm gonna start with the pros. If you sit there, and you watch a use Ford's game usually on the younger side. So I think there's something interesting that goes on somewhere between when the kids are young too when they start getting older, and maybe the level of competition has something to do with that. So maybe around the ages of like twelve or thinks to change over a little bit. But the pros at you'll see is the love of the game. These kids are just out there. Having so much fun. Have so much excitement around whatever sport, they're playing soccer baseball basketball. They're just happy to be out there. And that that, of course applies to the business world because if you love what you do. I mean, there's such a better chance of success that you might have the energy. Also that you see in use sports of kids just running and sweating and just whatever. It takes just going after it. And it always those kids out there that are their sliding hard. And they're they're swinging this fast as they can. And they're doing everything they can possibly do to have a little bit of success in that in that small moment. And obviously energy's a big part of showing up to work every day and doing the different things that can all be great when you can possibly have great energy, you need to have that energy is like that set next level thing. We just see it you feel it. And it's just so good in efforts part of that as well. So it's not like everyone's having great success out there. But they're all trying hard. They'll want to be there. Like, I said they've loved the great energy, and they're just putting forth effort. Yeah. There's going to be some that are better than others. Of course. And there's someone that's worth worse than others. And that's okay. But they've effort, and I think effort is is sometimes. It's so important because you might not be the most talented but effort sometimes can can overcome that. And then you can over time develop some talent. Maybe it wasn't God given talent you had but you can put effort towards it. The other thing I think we should look at is when things go well in use sports, the celebration of success can be so much fun. You'll see kids dancing you'll you'll see kids do in fortnight dances. You'll see kids just jumping up and down and giving hugs and high fives and all that kind of thing. And then sometimes I think in business we forget to celebrate the small successes. Yeah. There's some big successes down the road. I guess, but why not celebrate the small success? You make a cell. You haven't made a salad while get happy about it. Yeah. You gotta get back to work, but have some success and get excited about it in, you know, bring that inner youth back a little bit. And I'm not saying every single time jump up and down, you know, and things change as you get older. But at the same time, I think celebrate those successes is really important. But what really got me on? This topic was not necessarily the pros of it. It's not to say that I want to get to the negative side of it. But I think there is a lot. Negative in new sports. So the pros really like you wanna make sure that there's there's definitely some positives in new sports. But there's also the cons. And this is not to say, let's make this a negative thing. But I've noticed a lot of this new sports, and you you notice a lot of it too as it relates to business in and it starts with arguing. It's about a topic. It's about a thing that happened during a game during a practice or whatever that is. And those arguments take place on the field in the moment. And then but the problem is and they go off the field. They go off the field. They go into the different practices in different games. And it's just it's not one moment. It's over many days and weeks in games and entire seasons. And what happens is it's blaming. You did something wrong. And I'm going to blame you for that. I did something wrong. And you're going to blame me for that. That doesn't help anybody out. That's it's killing the culture. I think a lot of it stems from no accountability do your job, and you do your job and together, if we can combine those things we can have a great team that we can have a great culture. Obviously. Of course, a lot of the stents from leadership leadership could come from the coaches, you know, because I'll. See kids acting out, but the coaches won't have the they they won't want to push things. They want to push the buttons that they need to push the best player isn't listening to the coach. And the coach isn't willing to do anything about it at that age. Well, then everyone's going to feel like that they can step on the line as well. When this is interesting because I'm like, hey, if the best players making, you know, a not listen making mistakes and not not making mistakes on the field of making mistakes as far as communication is going. And they're not listening to the not respecting if you make that kid run. If you make that kid set out, I think you're going to have a difference in the team in the culture because like, wow, this coach means business, and it's no different. A lot of times parenting that if you set boundaries that you can control the environment much better. And I think that starts the leadership starts, and then there's no accountability. Of course, we see this in business because people are running rampant out there. And they're not doing certain things that they're supposed to be doing. And as a leader of cast source. You know, I'd no doubt have had these issues in the past. I'm not sitting here and saying I'm perfect, and I'm not calling out all the coaches because even the best coaches in the bus leaders that have ever been. Have gone through these things and have had these issues, but it's recognizing that these issues do exist, and it starts at a very young age. And then when you see it that there's no accountability. And then the it starts with the leadership in the leadership. I think recognize that hey, what another negative is cutting corners. You're not doing all the things you're supposed to be doing practices two hours practices one hour. Whatever that is. When you go home. Are you doing the things that you need to do is something you care deeply about in business? If you're in sales if you're in production, if you're in anything that you're doing and you're trying to get better. Are you going home at night, and are you done and turn it off? No doubt people have lives outside of the the soccer field of the business field or whatever that they're doing. But are you willing to go the extra effort are you willing to do the extra things to get better? Are you holding yourself accountable to your team and doing all those things, and there's a leader checking in on you and making sure you're doing all those"