The greats have a winning mindset. They do not settle for just “getting by.” While it may seem unattainable, the mental toughness of the extremely successful is something that can be learned.
My experience has been that the single most important thing a person can do to develop mental toughness is to learn to be consistent with process goal completion.
One of the biggest mistakes happening in business right now is that people do not know how to disagree agreeably.
The sooner you come to view your workday as a performance, the sooner you will be able to apply mental tools to elevate your performance to a championship level.
When you are down to your last strike, and you are losing by three runs… that’s when you really need your mind to be strong and ready.
How to keep your cool when no one else can
It is easy to get in the pattern of going through the motions of life, without stopping to assess whether you are heading in the right direction.
Why is it that sometimes it feels easy to perform well, and other times it’s an uphill battle?
The importance of self-evaluation is an incredibly valuable lesson I learned from one of the greatest pitching coaches of all time, Dave Duncan.
In my experience, not attacking improvement in this way will almost always yield zero change and zero results.