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Moving on from Your Neighborhood Pickleball Court: Tips and Advice #pickleball #personalgrowth

Hey everyone, it's Larry G here, and today I want to talk about leaving your neighborhood pickleball court. I know it can be tough to say goodbye to a place where you've spent so much time playing and making memories, but sometimes it's necessary to move on to bigger and better things. First off, it's important to remember that leaving doesn't have to be a negative thing. You can still cherish the memories and friendships you've made at your neighborhood court, while also being excited for new experiences and opportunities. If you're moving to a new area, do some research on local pickleball courts and clubs. Joining a new community can be a great way to meet new people and continue playing the sport you love. But even if you're not moving, there are still ways to expand your pickleball horizons. Try playing at a different court or in a tournament outside of your neighborhood. You might discover new strategies, meet new players, and even improve your game. Remember, leaving your neighborhood court doesn't mean you have to forget about the experiences and memories you've made there. Take them with you and use them to propel you forward in your pickleball journey. Thanks for watching, Don't forget to subscribe! and as always, keep playing and have fun!
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