Lessons In Emotional Control We Can Learn From The Women’s U.S. Open Final – Renita Kalhorn


The 2018 women’s U.S. Open final had the potential to showcase incredible tennis. Serena Williams was making a bid to tie Margaret Court’s record for 24 Grand Slam titles. Naomi Osaka, 16 years her junior, was vying to be the first Grand Slam winner from Japan. Instead, we saw a lot of drama, controversy and a stark example of how focusing on who’s right or wrong can prevent us from getting what we really want. Over the course of the match, umpire Carlos Ramos issued a warning, a point penalty and a game penalty against Serena for violations of the grand slam code of conduct……

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/renitakalhorn/2018/09/10/why-amygdala-hijack-was-serenas-real-opponent-in-the-us-open-final/#6719586446df



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