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I earned it. One of the most important, but surprising things I learnt was learning to give up and walk away.
From a young age, we are taught that success is derived from grit, perseverance and hard work. Consistency and perseverance are imperative to achieving success.
Good work takes time, and it means clocking in the hours, day in and day out. By virtue of being an athlete, you must become comfortable with being in pain, and perhaps even learning to love it.
Muscles get built by being torn and regrowing back stronger. You literally only get better by enduring the sweat and the pain.
But the smartest athletes also know that time is a scarce resource. We only have the same amount of time as the next to be better, faster, and stronger.
This means that it is important to be able to quickly realise when something is not working and move in a different direction into a different course of action.
Often times, it is harder to leave than it is to keep fighting. People get caught up in sunk cost. They get attached to the time, effort or money of something they have been investing in.
Never be afraid to go back to the beginning, reevaluate your position and strategy, and start again. The worst cost that you can suffer is in fact the one of the unrealised gain of something far greater.
Discipline is something that is earned, not something you are born with. Most athletes do not start out being disciplined. We are not magically more motivated than others.
Athletes know that discipline is built by creating habits. Building good habits take time. Take the action and just do it.
I cannot emphasise this enough. The beginning is hard, but eventually habit takes over. Once you build discipline long enough to become a habit, the effort needed to sustain it begins to diminish.
Not just for that one thing, but for every area of your life. Doing what is hard starts to become easier. Every athlete is given the same 24 hours, so you have to figure out how to train smart to get an edge over your competitor.
Athletes know that you cannot build strength, improve skill and cut weight all at the same time. Training programs come in phases and have different focuses.
Success is created from sequential and focused hard work. Do this often enough and when it is time to peak, get ready for extraordinary results.
This also means learning to prioritise the things that are important. Learn to say no to the things that do not add value to your life in a massive way.
By saying no and prioritising the things that are important, you free up space in your life physically and emotionally to create massive results in the areas that do matter.
Setting boundaries for what you are willing to do and give, helps you to assess the impact of your actions. By deciding what is worthy, it allows you to give more in the areas that are deserving of your time and energy.
It is vital to have great role models. The surest way towards success is to identify the best in the field that you want to succeed in, and mimic what they do.
Not just people that inspire you, but people that you can specifically imitate. See what they do, and do it too.
Of course, you may have to evaluate and adapt it to fit what works for you. But largely, these people have figured out how to get to where you want to go, so you will definitely be moving in the right direction.
Understanding and implementing the steps towards success is already the biggest hurdle overcome. Nobody can go at it alone.
You need to build a team of people around you. Athletes always have coaches to guide them. Even in individual sports, it is crucial to train with the best to become the best.
Surround yourself with the best, and it will push you to become greater too. When you raise your standards and constantly surround yourself with people who are repeatedly pushing the boundaries, you will too.
Greatness is contagious. Remember always that life is happening for us, not to us. When we begin to truly feel and believe that, we can focus our energy on what is the correct path and the best action to move forward and get there.
I had a conversation with someone the other day, and it goes something like this: "If only I had this, I would be happier; I know that things are like this, but if only they were like that, things would be better; I would change this, but I'm stopped by that.
We hear so many variations of this in our every day life. Whether it is through the stories we tell ourselves of what is getting in the way of achieving our goals, or the people we surround ourselves with who make excuses for why they are not where they want to be.
People are always looking backwards, at what has happened and cannot be changed, instead of looking forwards, accepting what is, and trying to change what is within their control now.
Everybody wants to be a lot of things. They want to be richer, faster, stronger, healthier and smarter. Those same people sit in their chair, doing nothing, wishing, hoping and wanting.
It's like sitting in a chair, hoping a unicorn will appear in your lap, and then being sad when it doesn't. When put like that, it sounds a bit silly.
But we all have the tendency to fall into that kind of excuse-making mentality. We make up stories of why we can't have something, instead of trying to figure out what is within our control to change our situation.
The reality is that there is a huge delta between wishing and wanting, and getting up and taking action. The doing part is the hard part. But it doesn't have to be big steps.
You don't need to accomplish all your goals in one day. The marathon is not going to be run straight away.
You need to train for it, and that starts with breaking it down into small, bite-sized, manageable goals first. Start small, but make sure that you're taking steps forward.
If you start by just running an extra minute every day, you'll find yourself pacing through a marathon eventually. Immediate action starts with doing little things every day, that go towards cracking the big goal.
It's important to have a great dream to strive and aim towards because this is what pushes us when the chips are down.
It is what makes you wake up day after day, when it seems like all your efforts are not pushing the goalpost much further. It is what makes you love the process and the journey and make it all worth it.
However, by breaking it up into small weekly, monthly and yearly goals, it helps to keep you on task and on track to attacking the big stuff. By starting the day with a win, it sets you up to tackle the harder stuff.
For me, I try to start the morning with exercise. This helps me to tackle several things straight away. Firstly, since I am not a morning person, it fosters discipline and gets me comfortable with doing the uncomfortable.
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