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The Games Do Count Chapter Summary & Analysis - Bernie Mac Summary

Brian Kilmeade
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Bernie Mac Summary and Analysis

Bernie Mac played basketball, football, and baseball as a child, but boxing was the sport he enjoyed the most. Bernie did not like the idea of getting hit in the face but quickly discovered it was not as bad as he first thought. Bernie always fought hard on the sports field, always coming back for more even after he was injured. Bernie applied this same confidence to giving speeches in school. Sports taught Bernie to always strive to do better than the day before, something he also used in his comedy routines, attempting to always top prior acts.

Bernie Mac took confidence and determination from sports, as well as self discipline, taking from his experiences in sports the ability to force himself to do better every time he presents a stand-up comedy routine. Bernie Mac is self confident, determined, and talented, and he...

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