“We can fall in love with our own abilities and our own potential, then choose to maximize those abilities.”
– Bob Rotella, performance psychologist, New York Times Bestseller author
Thanksgiving is always a good time to evaluate your progress in a year, surrounded by friends and family.
We often focus on the endpoint, the results, instead of focusing on the journey and the abilities and skills that got us there.
Taking time to reflect on how you have grown and how your best performances look and feel like, can often tell you more about where to focus next.
In the spirit of incremental learning, take some time this week to answer these two questions:
1. What does it look and feel like when I perform at my best?
2. What are two changes can I make in my daily routine to support performing at my best?
Have a great Thanksgiving week.
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