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The Games Do Count Chapter Summary & Analysis - Steve Doocy Summary

Brian Kilmeade
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Steve Doocy Summary and Analysis

Steve Doocy, television anchor, grew up in a small, rural community where sports were a part of every day life. Steve did not play much as a kid, however, because he was small and often did not play well. In high school, Steve discovered wrestling and found it was a sport he could actually do well. Steve learned discipline from this experience, even though he rarely got to wrestle because there was never anyone his size.

Steve Doocy learned discipline from wrestling, but he also learned persistence when he could not find a sport where he could be successful. Steve took these lessons into his adulthood and has become successful in his life, and he fondly remembered sports simply because with wrestling he had finally found something he could do well.

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