Separation of Head and State

Mental toughness is nothing more than the decision to keep running towards something that is hard to do. But that choice only exists if you can separate head and state.

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Pilgrimage Limbo

When there is a disconnect between your want for an outcome and your love for the day to day actions required you may want to reconsider the path you are on.

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Fear and Vulnerability

Our greatest fear is not failure itself but rather failure without an excuse. Our greatest fear is that we do our absolute best, leave no stone unturned and still come up short.

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Will Power

Will is more powerful than want- there’s a reason it’s called willpower and not wantpower.

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The Energy Paradox

Whoever said that energy can neither be created nor destroyed but only converted from one form to another was smart but also wrong and probably never spent one day as a human.

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Yes and No Energy

You have yes energy and you have no energy. No energy is the reason you are at home eating chips on the couch. Yes energy creates a platform for full engagement, purpose and intent.

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You’re Not Supposed To Succeed Every Time

Success with frequency is necessary for motivation and as an indicator of the effort being put forth, but it should not be expected every time. Success in every aspect of every training session may mean you are failing in the big picture.

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Confidence

Confidence is either deeply rooted or superficial and fragile. Confidence that requires constant external validation is fragile. Confidence that is deeply rooted internally is strong.

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Try Softer

Sometimes trying harder is not the answer. Sometimes it’s better to try softer, try slower, try lesser, try frequently.

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