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04-14-2009, 09:25 AM #256
Learning and then improving motivation is easier said than done. If motivation can be learned, everyone in the world will be at the top of the pyramid that is stood on its pointed tip.
In life one can have brains, skills, experience, etc. but these alone will get one nowhere without motivation. How often have we seen brilliant people with the highest IQ and the highest academic scores not living up to expectations in real life? Most of them ended up in academia instead of being global movers, shakers, and shapers.
One example of badminton motivation is to find a national player who is prepared to use his own money to improve instead of being driven by "what is there for me?" Motivation and passion come together. Why can't the rejects pay their own way?
04-14-2009, 10:11 AM #257
Agree with you motivation is the driving force behind success.Especially in sales,average IQ with highest motivation proven to be more successful than highest IQ with average motivation(that's why they don't bother about paper qualifications).
But in badminton or any sports, natural talent is a prerequisite to go far.So average BQ(badminton quotient) with highest motivation may not be more successful than highest BQ with average motivation.That's why TH still can be king in some tournaments.But how nice it would be if the one with the highest BQ maximises his motivation and plan out and execute his training schedule 110%.Let's see whether TH will deliver.He's the ideal specimen.
04-14-2009, 10:21 AM #258
agree...but the way i see it badminton also related to a player form , just like football just like what happen to Man U ,before the arrival of Mourinho the're kings in England but after Mourinho is with Chelsea they seems like losing direction...
04-14-2009, 01:41 PM #259
Hafiz and Beng Hong given lifeline
From the New Straits Times, the same story was reported the next day. Rashid Sidek said "We still have to depend on Hafiz and Beng Hong for now as the quality of our back-up players is very low."
Tuesday April 14, 2009
By K.M. Boopathy
Hafiz and Beng Hong given lifeline
NATIONAL players Hafiz Hashim and Kuan Beng Hong have survived the chop not because they have been showing signs of vast improvement but solely because the elite back-up shuttlers have stagnated. Full Story
04-14-2009, 02:05 PM #260
Lee Chong Wei is one MAS MS player to have both high BQ and motivation
pjswift ... Totally agree. Currently, Lee Chong Wei is one player to have both higher BQ and motivation.
IMHO, Hafiz has high BQ too, but his motivation is lacking. And for Beng Hong, he is just too careless at matches. Sometimes, it is unbelievable that he could give away so many points to his opponents from his unforced errors.
04-15-2009, 08:47 AM #261
yea...now that you mention it Kuan BH sometimes is really lacking concertation which results to unforce errors the more his rival pick up points , the more he get nervous , he needs to be more relax & concerntere on his game.. as for Hafiz H he just lack confidence
10-05-2009, 03:17 PM #262
does doing good n terengganu count??lol
BADMINTON: FORMER ALL ENGLAND CHAMPION BEATEN IN TERENGGANU OPEN
Bernama - Sunday, October 4
KUALA TERENGGANU, Oct 3 (Bernama) -- Former All England champion Muhammad Hafiz Hashim lost to Kuan Beng Hong in the men's singles final of the Terengganu Open badminton at the State Stadium here today.
Beng Hong of BAM/KD beat Hafiz of BAM/SL 21-18, 21-17 in 30 minutes.
The victory earned Beng Hong RM4,000 while Hafiz, the runner-up, walked away with RM2,000.
The pair of Chan Chong Ming (SL) and Chew Choon Eng (PG) won the men's doubles beating Goh Wei Shem (BAM/KL)-Vountus Indra Mawan (BAM/SB) 21-13, 21-19. The pairs received RM6,000 and RM2,000 respectively.
In the women's singles, Lydia Cheah Li Ya (BAM/KL) emerged champion after defeating Tee Jing Yiu (BAM/PG) 21-14, 21-19. She walked away with RM2,000 while Jing Yiu, with RM1,000.
The women's doubles won by Chin Eei Hui (BAM/PG)-Wong Pei Tty (BAM/PK), beating Amelia Anscelly (BAM/SB)-Nairul Suhada Abdul Latif (BAM/NS) 21-16, 21-11.
Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari (BAM/PK)-Wong Pei Tty won the mixed doubles beating Mohd Razif Latif (BAM/NS)-Nairul Suhada Abdul Latif 21-17, 21-7.
The championship, from Sept 30 to Oct 3, offered a total of RM50,000 in cash prizes.
IB SHI JS
10-05-2009, 07:42 PM #263
Kuan Beng Hong hopes to play until 2010
Even now (03-Oct-2009), Muhammad Hafiz Hashim and Kuan Beng Hong are still at the top in the Malaysian Singles events.
And Kuan Beng Hong said:
“I cannot leave the national team when the youngsters are not ready to take over. The seniors’ domination in the National Circuit shows that the back-up shuttlers still have some catching-up to do”.
“I can still provide quality sparring for my team-mates. I hope to play for another year, and then I will make up my mind whether to continue or give up.”
Source: BAM article - Veteran Beng Hong sees no threat from back-up shuttlers (Click here)
10-06-2009, 04:47 AM #264
10-06-2009, 04:55 AM #265
10-06-2009, 05:03 AM #266
10-06-2009, 05:10 AM #267
10-06-2009, 05:14 AM #268
10-06-2009, 05:34 AM #269
Talented MAS players (like Lee Chong Wei) are not easy to find
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10-06-2009, 05:40 AM #270
10-06-2009, 06:10 AM #271
I was curioused where those young players from states, from badminton clubs in the country......i am sure there must be lots more youngsters who have talents and not able to study in BJSS out there.....
The system seems not encourage these players to be in National team...just wasted those non-BJSS talents.
10-06-2009, 06:12 AM #272
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