Play from your heart
How do you defy your destiny when others start from an advantage? How can we break through the upper limit of our maximum performance? How can we face life when excellence is not enough? The answer is not in your head, but in your heart: listening to what we want, not just to what we think. Our head analyses, but our heart holds onto our deepest desires, and this is what really makes us act. Although talent is necessary, as it allows us to overcome major challenges, once we have been able to rise above the failures, it is the heart. Xesco Espar is clear that in order to reach excellence you must train for it, but to go further than this, you have to transform yourself: face each problem as a challenge, a way to grow, a test.
Using examples from his experience as a professional handball coach, and his particular way of understanding the world, Espar shows us how life harshly punishes those who simply talk, pretend or put on a front. Whereas those who take action, who transform themselves and grow, are showered with rewards… in other words, those who play with their hearts.