In legal terms, there are two ways to be wrong. Omission and Commission. We are most familiar with commission, as in "committing a crime". Commission refers to "doing something you aren't supposed to do". If we steal something from someone, that commission. We did something wrong by doing something we shouldn't. Omission refers to "not doing something we should have". Neglect is an example of omission. We failed to take care of something or someone. We usually recognize when we do something wrong when we do something we shouldn't. We often are oblivious to doing something wrong when we fail to do something we should have done. As an athlete, we are wrong when we do something that we shouldn't have done. However, we are also wrong when we don't do what we should be doing. As we continue to work toward our goals, we need to make sure that we are not only avoiding things that we shouldn't be doing but insuring that we do all of the things we should be doing.