In Africa, cities are created where the population can not live

If you take a closer look at the evolution of the global population, it quickly becomes clear that not only are we becoming more and more people, but we are also increasingly attracting men and women to the big cities. Especially here in Germany, this is often seen as a problem, as more and more jobs disappear in the country and the supply there is increasingly worse.

The situation is similar in the countries of Africa with which I deal in our current article. In the past, we have already told you about new cities that are being built up within a few years. For example, the major project "Diamniadio" in Senegal , which will combine mobility and sustainability in the future. Money for such projects comes mainly from China .

The new cities bring many benefits to Africa. In addition to the economic growth that comes from the establishment of companies and the attracting of new investors, the quality of life for the inhabitants by a better supply will continue to rise. In this w…

There Is More to Some in-Game Decisions Than Meets the Eye

Before I begin, on the off chance that you didn't occur to see the football match-up among UCLA and Washington State this past Saturday night, I profoundly propose you watch the Pac-12 Network's hour long replay of it, you won't think twice about it.

With just shy of 22 minutes staying in the game UCLA was trailing 49-17. Throughout the following 21 minutes UCLA scored 50 and won 67-63 in guideline, defeating the third biggest shortage in school football history (side note UCLA effectively held the record for second greatest rebound - 34 ever).

UCLA came into this game with a record of 0-3 and was falling off a 34-point misfortune to Oklahoma alongside a great deal of protesting that second year mentor Chip Kelly should have been terminated. Washington State had quite recently won their third game in succession and climbed to the nineteenth spot in the school football rankings. It would be putting it mildly to state that UCLA and Coach Kelly required a triumph in Pullman that night.

Sorry for the long lead in yet I will utilize this game, and all the more explicitly, one choice that was made in this game, as a vehicle for this blog section and felt some foundation was all together.

The play I am alluding to accompanied 2 minutes and 27 seconds left in the game. UCLA was trailing by 3 points on fourth down and 5 yards to go with the ball on the WSU 17-yard line. They had the choice of kicking a generally short (34-yard) field objective to tie the game, or hazard giving the ball back to WSU on the off chance that they neglected to pick up in any event five yards and acquire a first down.

Most mentors I have been related with would have kicked the field objective, yet I realized Chip would let it all out decisively. In the event that all you thought about was allowing yourself to win that one game, kicking the field objective would be a decent choice. Nonetheless, Chip has a greater point, assembling a triumphant program and you do that by strolling your discussion and having confidence in your players.

I was very much aware that he would catch considerably more hostility the following day in the event that they didn't procure a first down and proceeded to lose the game, yet at that time I said to my better half, 'it is the correct choice.' Win or lose when changing a culture, indicating you trust in your players implies more than winning any one game.

Shockingly, they tossed a fragmented pass and didn't get the first down. Despite the fact that there is no real way to recognize what might have happened had Kelly selected to go for the field objective and made it, experience lets me know WSU would have proceeded to win. Everybody ponders system and what those menu cards mentors hold instruct them to do however they miss the psychological side of those choices, which can't generally be represented by the investigation group.

Here's the means by which I see it, and why I state I trust WSU would have proceeded to win. On the off chance that Kelly chose for attempt the field objective, he would have sent an inappropriate message to his group and to the WSU group.

It would have motioned to his group, we are playing not to lose as opposed to playing to win. This would have exhausted his own players inward drive to win and demolished their presentation going ahead. Simultaneously WSU would have had the option to unwind and get their 'psychological breath' as it would have conveyed shortcoming on UCLA's part to them.

Rather, his choice flagged conviction and trust in his players (something a group without a success needs more than anything by then) and invigorated them. Then WSU taken care of more and I accept the mix of WSU's players fears and UCLA's players included want is the thing that empowered UCLA to cause the bungle that lead to their triumphant this game.

Individuals like to make a hasty judgment and many are presently calling this the defining moment for UCLA. These are likely a portion of similar individuals who were requiring Chip's head seven days back. Defining moments are typically possibly precisely observed when thinking back instead of forward.

I don't have the foggiest idea about what will occur in the coming a long time for this UCLA group. Everything I can say is this is a significant foundation in the structure of the way of life Chip is attempting to impart with his young group. They could get smothered this end of the week as progress once in a while arrives in a straight line. In any case, paying little mind to what unfurls they have another base to keep expanding on now.

One last note... I got notification from a few UCLA fans the following day who were diminished the Bruins won, yet couldn't get over how inept Chip was for not kicking the field objective when he got the opportunity to tie. Everything I could state to them was "moronic is as idiotic does."


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