Steph Curry Reveals in an Interview that He Learned His Faith Through Bible Stories His Parents Read to Him Growing Up
In a recent interview with Fatherly magazine, Steph Curry shared valuable insight into his upbringing, work ethic, and child-rearing strategies. When questioned about books he enjoyed reading as a youngster, Curry stated,
Discomfort & Success
Before I met Mike, I used dating apps intermittently. There were time consuming and overwhelming, but they also enabled me to meet people I probably wouldn’t have otherwise. One thing men always asked me was, “What do you do for fun?” My answer was always the same: I run and I write. Those are my hobbies. Those are my primary interests, and they consume a lot of my free time. When I set out to do something, I want to do it well, so I’ve constructed a life that allows me the time and freedom to pursue my hobbies passionately. I was looking for someone with an equal passion about something. Some of the men I dated admired my passion. Some didn’t understand. Some had passions of their own that made the balancing act of dating both interesting and difficult. My point is that I was looking for someone uncommon, because my lifestyle is intentionally uncomfortable in small ways. I had to find someone willing to embrace those discomforts.
Kodiak 100 Recap
To start, I didn’t finish. I dropped at mile 56 due to some debilitating knee pain. I think every ultra runner has probably experienced the DNF at some point. It’s happened more than once to me, most recently at Broken Arrow, where I dropped out at mile 3 because I pulled my hamstring. That was early June, and Kodiak was only a month and a half later. I spent a few weeks recovering, then ramped up my miles for a few weeks before toeing the start line at Kodiak. I started the race less prepared than I wanted to be, but I knew that if I kept moving, kept eating, kept drinking, I’d probably be okay. I didn’t bargain on yet another injury, but life is full of things we don’t bargain for.
Opinion: Never allow fear of failing to prevent success.
**This blog post is trying to explain the quote based on my opinion, thoughts, and thinking. "Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game."--Babe Ruth. Failing is a natural and necessary part of life. It can be incredibly frustrating and disheartening, but it’s designed to teach you lessons. The sooner you can accept that failure is a part of everyday life and deal with the emotions, the sooner you can break out of self-imposed limitations.
Opinion: Failures are often the result of giving up too soon, not knowing how close they were to success.
**This blog post is trying to explain the quote based on my opinion, thoughts, and thinking. “Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”– Thomas A. Edison.
Opinion: You are not a failure if you take longer than others.
**This blog post is trying to explain the quote based on my opinion, thoughts, and thinking. "Just because you’re taking longer than others doesn’t mean you’re a failure. Keep going." —Unknown.