Friday, November 20, 2009

The Real MAJOR>>>

Marshall Major Taylor, renowned as The Fastest Bicycle Rider In The World in the early 1900’s, accredits his success as a world champion to the value of good habits and clean living:

“Clean living is the cardinal principle in the lives of the world’s greatest athletes…”


Major Taylor’s celebrated values remain relevant to this day — not just for those who strive to succeed as a champion, but for those who desire to achieve in all aspects of life:

Don’t try to “gyp.”

Don’t be a pie biter.

Don’t keep late hours.

Don’t use intoxicants.

Don’t be a big bluffer.

Don’t eat cheap candies.

Don’t get a swelled head.

Don’t use tobacco in any form.

Don’t fail to live a clean life.

Don’t forget to play the game fair.

Don’t take in unfair advantage of an opponent.

Don’t forget the practice of good sportsmanship.

These rules may seem simple enough, but it will require great morale and physical courage to adhere to them. But if carried out in the strict sense of the word it will surely lead to a greater success than could otherwise be attained.

Major Taylor, The Fastest Bicycle Rider In The World, 1928.


Anonymous said...

more than a musician !

BoomWaDiss said...

deep and full of emotions

linnaylin said...

He is my Cusin