If you have ever been told that you are too small, too old, too slow, too weak, too inconsistent or too meek, this video is for you. And, if someone has told you that you just don’t have what it takes to make it in your sport and to be realistic, you especially need to watch it.
I believe that you limit yourself and get “realistic” results by setting “realistic” goals. Instead, I encourage you to set unrealistic goals so that you have access to many more possibilities. Here’s a simple process that will help you to do so.
Step 1: Visualize your goal with a great, adrenalized feeling.
Step 2: Play your game with that same feeling without thinking or worrying about mistakes.
Step 3: Later, re-visualize that same game based on the guidance from the bad and ugly of the mistakes you made, and fix (repair, change, alter, delete parts of) the post-game “visualization.”
Watch the video and it will help you to utilize this process to improve your game beyond what some might consider “unrealistic”! Believe me, most athletes are told that they will never measure up and you are not the exception. So set your unrealistic goals now and allow them to be a self-fulfilling prophecy!
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