Stop Arguing In Your Head

Arguing in your head does little to resolve any external conflict you may have and everything to strengthen your ego’s need for negative fuel and righteousness.

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Motivation

Motivation can be characterized as either positive or negative in nature. Both types are incredibly potent. Both can get you there. But only one leads to a fulfilling end point.

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Past, Present, Future

The future is an illusory place. Spending time there can limit how productive you are in the present. Future goals are only accomplished through actions in the present.

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False Modesty

Sometimes there is more ego wrapped up in false modesty than there is in just accepting a compliment and moving on

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Sportsmanship

Sportsmanship has less to do with being a good loser and more to do with how you try and win

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Patience and Urgency

Patience and Urgency are two of my closest friends. They really don’t like each other, which is very awkward at times.

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Invested

The things we do that require the most investment of self often lead to the most profound personal growth.

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Move

Your body wants to move. It’s hardwired in there. It wants to experience the world through movement.

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Why?

Knowing the “why” behind what you are doing is one of the greatest mental tools you can have.

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Habits vs. Mistakes

Habit Is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur unconsciously Mistake Is an action or judgment that is misguided or wrong   Habits that are not productive or “bad” need to be identified and corrected. When you are trying to make useful, long-term improvements, focus on habits. Mistakes on the […]

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Learning from successful outcomes

You had a bad race or one that did not meet expectations. It’s easy in that scenario to “learn” from it. It’s almost a default response…..”It wasn’t the race I was aiming for but I learned X.Y,Z” When we have success it’s as important to learn from the experience. Focus on the things you did […]

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