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.
The highly successful know that very small adjustments can have a big impact–if you make them early enough in the game.
This habit of the highly successful is integral to growth and success, but ONLY if done in the right way.
Many people don’t understand what the best athletes or business people actually do to thrive in high-pressure situations.
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.