The Games Do Count - Jon Stuart Summary & Analysis

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Jon Stuart Summary and Analysis

Jon Stuart began participating in sports in order to get out of the suburbs. Jon was a small kid and found it difficult to compete until he was in late high school. Jon spent a lot of time working on his soccer skills with a neighbor, Mike Faith. Jon looked back fondly on those days. Jon knew he was not the greatest athlete, but it taught him a lot about relying on himself to succeed. Jon compared the soccer field with comedy. It was not about the audience or the fans but about the act of playing or the act of writing jokes.

Jon was not a good soccer player, but he learned from his experiences as a soccer player things that have brought him success in his career as a comedian and actor. Jon learned that it was...

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