Tennis ace player Richard doesn’t need an opponent, a net or even a court to improve his backhand. With racket and ball in hand, he faces off with the wall to sharpen his volley and reaction time. Making do with available resources to practice is how one gains competency—an attribute to strive for from The Way to Happiness.
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