Chasing the Game
Aaron Rodgers is a great quarterback. His coach explains why by describing him as someone who never chases the game. Chasing the game happens when we force our will on a situation. This is less effective because situations are far more complex than our myopia. Variables that are outside our control usually do not line up with our plan. Allowing the solutions to present themselves while preparing to act at the opportune moment makes me the best teammate I can be on a great team. When I do this, I not only know what to do but I know the optimum time to do it.