Mental training is a topic that we hear continuously in racing, but it continues to be a “hole” in many training plans. It’s one thing to talk about mental training and completely different to actually build a mental training plan and practice it DAILY – just like a physical training plan.
Happy Birthday, Evania! Most know my wife as Jan or Janice, however, the root of her Greek name means Goodness and Peaceful.
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How were your business sales last year? If you are a business owner or sales professional and your sales are dragging, consider what questions you are asking. More important, have you perfected the “pause” while listening.
After writing over 350 blog posts, 4 books and never finding time with excuses of fully launching a podcast, I figured what better time to test the waters at the beginning of a New Year. Unstoppable Curiosity is a collection of inflection points and ideas that I have used with success and failures. These might be useful to you with your own business or life.
“Reading a good book is like taking a journey.” Emma Gulliford
Following up to the previous blog last week, regarding the best race experience reflection you had in 2019, now consider a pivot to what’s on your schedule for 2020. Which event stands out from the all the others. It may be the A race or a secondary event, but what uniqueness or experience are you looking forward to above all the events or adventures.
As the winter off-season training season begins, have you taken some time to think about the single best race experience you had during 2019? I did not say the best race performance, but race experience (they may be synonymous). Also, what excites you for 2020? Is there one race that you can’t wait to do? This will be covered in the Part II post.
The great business philosopher, Jim Rohn said it best, “Profits are better than wages. Wages make you a living. Profits make you a fortune.”