Quote by Lou Holtz
When I work a game as an analyst, all I do is look at the game like a coach.
In this quote, the speaker emphasizes their approach as an analyst when working on a game. They adopt a coach's perspective, indicating that they focus on observing and analyzing the game from a strategic and tactical standpoint. By looking at the game through the lens of a coach, the speaker suggests that their analysis is centered around understanding the decisions and strategies employed by the players and teams involved, rather than solely evaluating individual performances. This approach likely entails a holistic assessment of various factors contributing to the game's outcome.
The people of those foreign countries are very, very ignorant. They looked curiously at the costumes we had brought from the wilds of America. They observed that we talked loudly at table sometimes. They noticed that we looked out for expenses and got what we conveniently could out of a franc, and wondered where in the mischief we came from. In Paris they just simply opened their eyes and stared when we spoke to them in French! We never did succeed in making those idiots understand their own language.
I noticed an almost universal trait among Super Achievers, and it was what I call Sensory Goal Vision. These people knew what they wanted out of life, and they could sense it multidimensionally before they ever had it. They could not only see it, but also taste it, smell it, and imagine the sounds and emotions associated with it. They pre-lived it before they had it. And the sharp, sensory vision became a powerful driving force in their lives.