Cristiano Ronaldo, for many, is the greatest footballer of all time. He is being considered one of the greatest footballer and athletes in the history of the earth. His performance and hard work have shown the world how great he is. He believes in his own abilities and says he is the best.
Here are 3 qualities that make Cristiano Ronaldo one of the greatest football player:
Cristiano Ronaldo confidence is so high that some call it arrogance, but this powerful confidence in his work and abilities shows that he can beat the toughest opponents in the world.
To become the best and greatest, you must first believe in yourself and accept yourself the best one. You must be willing to fight and back yourself against anyone.
“There are people out there who hate me and who say I’m arrogant, vain and whatever. That’s all part of my success. I am made to be the best”.
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Cristiano Ronaldo from his childhood had the desire to become a footballer and he worked for it and his desire was also to be the best and the greatest and he has never been quiet on his desire to be.
When your desire to be the best and greatest then you show to the world with your work that you are the best and Cristiano showed it.
He uses criticism and negativity as fuel to succeed. You will most of the times find Ronaldo with success because his desire for success is incredibly very strong.
“I am not a perfectionist, but I like to feel that things are done well. More important than that, I feel an endless need to learn, to improve, to evolve, not only to please the coach and the fans but also to feel satisfied with myself. It is my conviction that there are no limits to learning, and that it can never stop, no matter what our age”.
- Work Ethic
Many sources claim Cristiano Ronaldo trains harder and longer than many of his teammates, some saying he is “obsessed”.
To make yourself great you have out yourself at work. The best and greatest and with the greatest work ethic.
He had the desire to win and his talent was unbelievable. You get a lot of talented players who don’t have the desire to do the work, but Ronaldo put in the work… I think his desire probably got him to where he is today… I’ve never seen anything like it because every single day he came into training he was doing extra. Shooting, dribbling, stepovers, going to the gym, wanting to be stronger, quicker. Just practice, wanting to be better every single day.”
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