The Games Do Count - Study Guide E.D. Hill Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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E.D. Hill, a television reporter, was tall as a child and assumed she would be a good basketball player, but she was not. E.D. began playing tennis because she could control her practices and abilities to a certain extent. E.D. was successful at tennis, and this taught her confidence.

E.D. Hill learned confidence through sports, a theme of this book, and took that confidence with her into her adulthood, using it to help her in her career on television. E.D. learned through sports everything she needed to know to be successful, specifically how to rely on herself, how to not allow adversity get her down, and how to succeed even when the odds were against her.

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