I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.
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Low self-esteem and self-limiting beliefs will destroy your chances of reaching peak performance. Self-doubt could sabotage your success .
Increase your confidence by writing a list of your strengths, engaging in positive self-talk, or writing positive affirmations on post-it notes and sticking them all around your home. Remember that peak performance requires a positive attitude.
Oh yeah! Are you ready for it? Now don't be lazy here...Right now write down on a piece of paper..."I AM the best (your goal eg. Athlete, student etc.)"
I became successful because I was hungry for it. I was willing to sacrifice today’s pleasures for tomorrow’s rewards.
Peak performance is possible when you’re truly hungry for success, because hunger drives success, and hunger is your ultimate competitive advantage.
I'M TELLING THIS TO YOU! YOU "ARE" HUNGRY FOR SUCCESS! SO "AWAKEN" THAT HUNGER FOR SUCCESS THAT IS ROARING WITHIN YOU!!!!
When it comes to achieving peak performance, all-star athletes and business all-stars have plenty of secrets in common. The goals for the world’s top athletes and the world’s most successful entrepreneurs are fundamentally the same: achieving their highest level of functioning and operating at peak performance to reach success-oriented goals.
And YOU too can!
So are you ready for it? To achieve your peak performance?
I want you to right now change your mindset from "self sabotage" to "self exploration!"
Bruce Lee was praised for his peak performance. He was known for the thousands of hours he dedicated to perfecting his skills as a martial artist. Bruce Lee was legendary because of his relentless commitment to ongoing training and practice. He believed in the importance of practicing to achieve peak performance, and he had a peak performance secret of narrowing his focus. He narrowed his focus to one specific martial arts move at a time, and practiced that specific skill over and over until it was mastered.
ARE THE THREE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS FOR SUCCESS!
The human brain often has infinite willpower when it comes to pursuing hits of dopamine from doing things that feel good, such as eating comfort food, watching Netflix etc.
Documenting your progress is important, because it helps you get those dopamine hits when you track what you’ve accomplished. You can train your brain to get dopamine hits from achieving real goals.
Check out the next stash for the action plan.
TASK: Build a habit of listing down the things and improvements you've done today for achieving your goal.
Appreciate yourself...Maybe a hifi on the mirror or a pat on your shoulder!
Example: Today I ran for an extra athletic run to build my speed and endurance.
Be like water making its way through cracks. Do not be assertive, but adjust to the object, and you shall find a way round or through it. If nothing within you stays rigid, outward things will disclose themselves. Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.
Research tells the greatest athletes and the greatest businessmen are strikingly similar in their wiring. They think in many of the same ways and have similar levels of competitiveness.
What distinguishes these high achievers is their mindset: Successful people have realised that being busy is a waste of time, being productive should be the goal.
Dispel the myth that the most successful people in sports or business get the most done. They do not. They only proceed with care and mastery of priorities. They excel at prioritising their day's activities and completing the most important ones.
It is far from being a gift a lucky few have. It can be trained: By exposing kids to tones and challenging them to match them before age 4, they can develop perfect pitch for the rest of their life. Even adults can learn some of this, though there is some brain plasticity at that young age that makes it easier.
So did the young Mozart have a gift for perfect pitch? Yes and no. If Mozart had been raised in some other family without exposure to music—or without enough of the right sort of exposure—he would certainly have never developed that ability at all.
It is a state of being where you are entirely absorbed in what you are doing, known as flow by modern psychological science, productive activity by humanist philosopher Erich Fromm, and the right effort by Buddha.
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