How to achieve the Mamba Mentality | Kobe Bryant’s Legacy

Kobe Bean Bryant (41) played his entire 20-season career in the National Basketball Association (NBA). In 2008 he was honored as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) and widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Although he played Basketball most of his life ( the real shooters know #ballislife) , he really enjoyed writing. In 2018, he won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film for his film Dear Basketball

Kobe Bryant was also very well known as a venture capitalist at Bryant-Stibel venture capital firm.

Who was little Kobe ?

He was born in Philadelphia, the youngest of three children and only son of former NBA player Joe Bryant and Pamela Cox Bryant. When Bryant was six, his father retired from the NBA and moved his family to Rieti in Italy to continue playing professional basketball at a lower level. He adapted to the new lifestyle quickly and learned to speak Italian. Little Kobe started playing basketball when he was 3 years old and the Lakers were his favorite team when he was growing up. What a coincidence , right ? He became later the shooting guard of the NBA‘s Lakers Team and that is what I call DEDICATION and VISUALIZATION . What made him focus so unapologetically? I will talk about it later ***Sips on tea*** Bryant's grandfather would mail him videos of NBA games for him to study. At an early age, Bryant also learned to play soccer and his favorite team was A.C. Milan.

I guess you already know , who he was and you’re now asking yourself “ Where is the article I clicked the link for?” - Here it is ...

What can we learn from the Mamba Mentality?

Kobe Bryant called himself ‘ Mamba ‘ and whenever he ended a speech, he always said 2 things : ‘ Mamba Out ‘ . Off the court he published a book in Oct, 2018 called the ‘ Mamba Mentality’ in which he explained his success-driven mentality in his sports discipline, basketball. So, if you’re an aspiring basketball player or any sports category, this book is recommended by 97% . *Grab a copy here :

But I advise you to not click the link, if you haven’t finished reading . Thank you!