The Psychopathic Mindset of Michael Jordan

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Michael Jordan is widely regarded the greatest basketball player of all time. He won six titles with Chicago Bulls in the 90s, making him the greatest winner aside from the Bill Russell’s Celtics. Only players on those Celtics have more rings than Jordan.

One reason why Jordan is considered the greatest player of all time is his mindset. He was utterly competitive. There was not a game he did not want to win. He was competitive at practices, at games, and even outside of the floor.

His psychopathic mindset is what separated him from all the other great players of his time, and in history.

This documentary offers a peek into the many ways he willed himself in order to perform at the highest level possible, both on and off the court.

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