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Nike: #KobeSystem – Level 2 Adaptation | Kobe explains to Serena Williams how the Heat & Dinosaurs reacted

Published on January 24th, 2012 by Astramskas, David | 1,952 views

Serena Williams has a breakthrough during day two of the KobeSystem seminar.

Who wouldn’t have a breakthrough after watching Kobe’s latest seminar video that explains the difference between adaptation and reaction, evolution and  how the Dinosaurs and Miami Heat reacted and Kobe and the Lakers adapted.  Is that clear?

 

I think Serena will be just fine.  Does this resume look like the one of a successful person?

1998
  • WTA Newcomer of the Year
  • Tennis Magazine/Rolex Rookie of the Year
1999
  • WTA Most Improved Player of the Year
  • Tennis Magazine Player of the Year
2000
  • WTA Doubles Team of the Year Award (with Venus Williams)
  • Teen Choice Awards – Extraordinary Achievement Award
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.68)
  • Women’s Sports Foundation Sportswoman of the Year for team sports (with Venus Williams)
2001
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.71)
2002
2003
  • 34th NAACP Image Awards President’s Award
  • Best Female Athlete ESPY Award
  • Best Female Tennis Player ESPY Award
  • Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year
  • Avon Foundation Celebrity Role Model Award
  • BET Award for Female Athlete of the Year
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.60)
2004
  • WTA Comeback Player of the Year
  • Family Circle/Prudential Financial Player Who Makes a Difference Award
  • Best Female Tennis Player ESPY Award
  • BET Award for Female Athlete of the Year
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.63)
  • Harris Poll Top 10 Favorite Female Sports Star (No.2)
2005
  • BET Award for Female Athlete of the Year
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.62)
  • Harris Poll Top 10 Favorite Female Sports Star (No.2)
2006
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.87)
  • Harris Poll Top 10 Favorite Female Sports Star (No.2)
2007
  • BET Award for Female Athlete of the Year
  • Laureus World Comeback of the Year
  • Harris Poll Top 10 Favorite Female Sports Star (No.1)
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.69)
2008
  • WTA Player of the Year
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.69)
  • Harris Poll Top 10 Favorite Female Sports Star (No.2)
2009
  • AP Female Athlete of The Year Award
  • SI.com Best Female Athlete of the Decade
  • Glamour Magazine Women of the Year Award
  • BET Award for Female Athlete of the Year
  • Harris Poll Top 10 Favorite Female Sports Star (No.1)
  • Best Female Tennis Player ESPY Award
  • ITF Women’s Singles World Champion
  • ITF Women’s Doubles World Champion (with Venus Williams)
  • Named Second Best Tennis Player of the Decade by ESPN (with Roger Federer at Number 1)
  • WTA Player of the Year
  • WTA Doubles Team of the Year Award (with Venus Williams)
  • WTA Fan Favorite Doubles Team of the Year Award (with Venus Williams)
  • Doha 21st Century Leaders Awards – Outstanding Leadership
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.67)
2010
  • Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year
  • TIME Magazine The World’s 100 Most Influential People
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.61)
  • BET Award for Female Athlete of the Year
  • Best Female Tennis Player ESPY Award
  • Harris Poll Top 10 Favorite Female Sports Star (No.1)[117]
  • WTA Fan Favorite Doubles Team of the Year Award (with Venus Williams)
  • Forbes 30 Utterly Inspiring Role Models
  • Teen Choice Awards – Female Athlete Award
  • Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women in the World (No.55)
2011
  • BET Award for Female Athlete of the Year
  • Forbes The Celebrity 100 (No.84)
  • TIME Magazine 30 Legends of Women’s Tennis
  • Best Female Tennis Player ESPY Award
  • Forbes Most Powerful Black Women In The U.S. (No.10)
  • The Root 100 2011: Influencers and Iconoclasts (No.41)

 

 

 




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