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We don’t often think of humility and competition together, but great athletes often exhibit great humility, as tennis #1 Naomi Osaka did toward 15-year-old phenom Coco Gauff. Humility, kindness and compassion are crucial to building lasting success. True champions are revealed from the inside, not just created by extraordinary efforts on the outside. Let’s reveal our inner champion. – Ameeta

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Editor’s Note: We don’t often think of humility and competition together, but great athletes often exhibit great humility, as tennis #1 Naomi Osaka did toward 15-year-old phenom Coco Gauff. Humility, kindness and compassion are crucial to building lasting success. True champions are revealed from the inside, not just created by extraordinary efforts on the outside. Let’s reveal our inner champion. – Ameeta
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