Every Olympian works on preparation and thought control. Those special athletes like Jessie Diggins simply invest more into mastering them.
There is a huge difference between the type of self-evaluation that normal people use, and EFFECTIVE self-evaluation.
What most people don’t realize is that the best time to move to the next level is when you are already winning.
The importance of consistently working on making yourself better can not be overstated.
When it comes to performance, it is very important to understand three basics about how the mind works.
When you force yourself to experience the obsession for improvement, it shows you care and ignites passion.
Greatness comes from this attack mentality, and you can train yourself to develop it.
That which you focus on expands. This can be a dangerous game if you allow your focus to start in the wrong place.
Despite the myth of the emotionless superhero, performing at your peak and staying mentally tough isn’t about overlooking your emotional needs.
The Mental Workout is essentially what propelled my success in the field of sport psychology, and if you do the Mental Workout consistently, it will undoubtedly help propel your success, as well.