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Мне всег­да нра­вилось ра­ботать с людь­ми, по­это­му еще в шко­ле я оп­ре­дели­ла для се­бя эту сте­зю. Это, дей­стви­тель­но, очень ин­те­рес­но по­нять внут­ренние цен­ности че­лове­ка, его стрем­ле­ния, це­ли. По­нима­ние лю­дей есть ключ к дос­ти­жению эф­фектив­ности их ра­боты. Далее…

Inch by inch, play by play (Al Pacino Speech from Any Given Sunday)

I don’t know what to say, re­al­ly. Three mi­nutes till the big­gest batt­le of our pro­fes­si­onal li­ves all co­mes down to to­day. Now eit­her we he­al as a te­am or we’re gon­na crumb­le, inch by inch, play by play, ’til we’re fi­nis­hed.

We’re in hell right now, gent­le­men, be­li­eve me. And, we can stay he­re — get the shit kic­ked out of us — or we can fight our way back in­to the light. We can climb out­ta hell one inch at a ti­me.

Now, I can’t do it for you. I’m too old. I lo­ok aro­und. I see the­se young fa­ces, and I think — I me­an — I ma­de eve­ry wrong cho­ice a midd­le-aged man can ma­ke. I, uh, I pis­sed away all my mo­ney, be­li­eve it or not. I cha­sed off any­one who’s ever lo­ved me. And la­tely, I can’t even stand the fa­ce I see in the mir­ror.

You know, when you get old in li­fe things get ta­ken from you. I me­an that’s…part of li­fe. But, you on­ly le­arn that when you start lo­sing stuff. You find out li­fe’s this ga­me of inc­hes. So is fo­ot­ball. Be­ca­use in eit­her ga­me, li­fe or fo­ot­ball, the mar­gin for er­ror is so small — I me­an one-half a step too la­te, or too ear­ly, and you don’t qui­te ma­ke it. One-half se­cond too slow, too fast, you don’t qui­te catch it.

The inc­hes we ne­ed are eve­ryw­he­re aro­und us.

They’re in eve­ry bre­ak of the ga­me, eve­ry mi­nute, eve­ry se­cond.

On this te­am, we fight for that inch. On this te­am, we te­ar our­selves and eve­ry­one el­se aro­und us to pi­eces for that inch. We claw with our fin­gerna­ils for that inch, be­ca­use we know when we add up all tho­se inc­hes that’s gon­na ma­ke the fuc­kin’ dif­fe­ren­ce bet­we­en win­ning and lo­sing! Bet­we­en li­vin’ and dy­in’!

I’ll tell you this: In any fight, it’s the guy who’s wil­ling to die who’s gon­na win that inch. And I know if I’m gon­na ha­ve any li­fe any­more, it’s be­ca­use I’m still wil­lin’ to fight and die for that inch. Be­ca­use that’s what li­vin’ is! The six inc­hes in front of your fa­ce!!

Now I can’t ma­ke you do it. You got to lo­ok at the guy next to you. Lo­ok in­to his eyes! Now I think you’re gon­na see a guy who will go that inch with you. You’re gon­na see a guy who will sac­ri­fice him­self for this te­am be­ca­use he knows, when it co­mes down to it, you’re gon­na do the sa­me for him!

That’s a te­am, gent­le­man!

And, eit­her we he­al, now, as a te­am, or we will die as in­di­vidu­als.

That’s fo­ot­ball gu­ys.

That’s all it is.

Now, what are you gon­na do?