There is always another level in you. I don’t care who you are: A JV player or Lebron James.What is the biggest room in the world? It is the Room for Improvement.

I also have always looked up to players like Michael Jordan, Lebron James, and Skyler Diggins.

Whether you were a freshman, a National Champ, or NBA Player, you will need to look to Jump Levels each day to continue to be successful. Workouts and training cannot be routine if you are looking to Jump Levels. Rather there needs to be a sense of urgency and focus to improve in some area each day.

I believe so much in this idea, we literally trademarked the phrase Jump Levels and it is written on the back of some of our shirts.

Constant Improvement, you don’t let a day go by where you don’t improve in some way- athletically, academically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, nutritionally, etc. Over time, these daily improvements will begin to manifest and multiply. That is what Jumping Levels is all about.

Dan Gable once said- my philosophy says you can never reach 100% potential. Even living legend Dan Gable believes that there is ALWAYS room for improvement, ALWAYS another level you can reach.

The reason these role models are successful in their sport, coaching, and in life is because they all embrace the idea of Jumping Levels. They may all call it something different, but the idea is the same. The biggest room in the world is the room for improvement. The way to achieve greatness in their sport and in life is to seek constant improvement and always look to Jump Levels.

Challenge yourself each day, create new goals and challenges, look for new ways to improve. If you think you have all the answers, then you better start asking better questions.

There are so many facets to our sport and to life, that no matter how much time you have put in there is always another level. Strive for it each day. And when you get there start reaching for the next one. You could rest assure that it will be there.