Segueing from the previous article on complacency and contentment, this is a similar concept that can serve valuable in competition both amongst others and sometimes internally. We only experience from our first-person perspective, so it only makes sense that this is where your mind resorts to a place of adversity. Think about a tough workout… Keep Rollin
How often do you challenge what you believe you’re capable of? How often do you exceed what you’re capable of? How often do you go with the flow based on external feedback that where you are is where you belong? Complacency, in this case, is one’s uncritical satisfaction and content with their current achievements. Unexpectedly… Keep Rollin
I’m usually too long-winded and often try to get a point across in extra explanatory steps, but in reading a short book The Dip by Seth Godin, I came upon a concept laid out in a page that really pertains to performance and gains. So in an effort to shorten the shit as a mentor… Keep Rollin
Example of performing with expertise.
One step many athletes overlook is the importance of post-activity comments. Here is why you should not skip the process, and some suggestions of what could be useful—whether you’re coached or self-coached. Isn’t technology great? We walk in the door at our home or office and our devices simultaneously sync to all our training and… Keep Rollin