If you’ve been following the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, you’ll observe that the second half is played differently from the first and most of the goals are scored in the second half.
In the first half of the tournament, each team tries to get acquainted with their field position and also study the game plan of the challenging team.
However, the second half is played with a lot of determination and often separates the men from the boys. Teams that win in the 2014 World Cup are strong, resilient, and score goals.
The second half
January 1 to June 30, 2014 is the first half of this year, the second half starts this July 1, 2014. You have another 6 months to challenge laziness, complacency, and procrastination team on the field of your dreams and play with hard work, relentlessness, and a lot of push if you want to score your goals for 2014.
How to achieve your goals in the second half of 2104
To win when referee called time blows the whistle on December 31, 2014, here are three things you must avoid:
Don’t pass the ball to the opponent
This is no-brainer but it happens. If you want to reach your goals for this year, make sure you don’t pass the ball to laziness, complacency, and procrastination, the trio play too well to keep you from reaching your goals for this year. Hold on to the ball and pass it to your team members: hard work, relentlessness, and a lot of push.
Don’t let the opponent score first
In soccer, you get demoralized when the opposing team is leading in the second half. You want to make sure you score your first one or two goals to boost your team’s confidence. Make sure you win some little victories this month on the way to your goal for 2014, it will boost your confidence.
Don’t relax until the final whistle
If you are currently winning in 2014, remember that it’s not over until it is all over. You must keep up on advancing to score another goal and not relax your game plan. Work hard, play hard, and score as many goals as you can until you hear the final whistle on December 31, 2014. Good luck!