Visualize success

For Olympians, seeing (in their minds) is believing (it can happen)

Visualize success For Olympians, seeing in their minds is believing Visualization has become commonplace among top athletes for over 30 years. Before a single event has begun, a single point awarded, a single shot contested, the competitors have already lived these Olympics. They’ve felt their hand raised, swelled with pride as the national anthem played,…

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Olympics

Visualize success Use visualization as mental training Visualization has long been a part of elite sports.  But the practice of mentally simulating competition has become increasingly sophisticated, essential and elaborate… “The more an athlete can image the entire package, the better it’s going to be,” said Nicole Detling, a sports psychologist with the United States…

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Rewire your brain for success: the power of visualization

Rewire your brain for success

Rewire your brain for success Change your brain for improved success There have been many studies conducted regarding the benefits of visualization. Here’s one. The Harvard Medical School had one group practice the piano for 5 days. The second group practiced but only in their minds. The most exciting news in all of psychology, neurology…

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What does it mean to be proactive?

Proactive

What does it mean to be proactive? Proactive vs reactive behavior – you choose Luke Jones published an excellent article titled “Proactive Vs Reactive Behavior – You Choose” at Medium and HERO Movement. We include several excerpts and a link to his original article below. Stephen R. Covey wrote “to be proactive is about taking…

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Begin With the End Goal in Mind

Begin with the end goal in mind

Begin With the End Goal in Mind Most people, teams, and organizations don’t clearly begin with end in mind. They don’t tap into the immense and proven power of visualization. Instead of just “going with the flow” we imagine and create the future. The greatest accomplishments were created mentally first. Before beginning with the end…

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Your worth

Your Worth

Your worth Believe In Yourself (And Why Nothing Will Work if You Don’t) James Clear is the author of this article. He emphasizes that to succeed, you must begin with believing in yourself. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Atomic Habits. His book has sold more than a million copies and has…

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Power of positive thinking

The power of positive thinking

Power of positive thinking How to control your thoughts and be the master of your mind Michele Goldstein is the author of this great article. The average person thinks around 70,000 thoughts a day. Clearly, if a majority of those thoughts are negative, then we are hurting ourselves. We can learn to control and master…

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Visualize success

Visualize success The 7 mental practices of star performers Jeff Boss, a former Navy SEAL, understands first-hand the importance of visualization, self-talk, focus, and other critical topics. Jeff shared one of countless research studies that demonstrate the benefits of visualizing. Before I started coaching, I served as a Navy SEAL for 13 years. While I…

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Visualize success - Michael Phelps

Visualize success What Michael Phelps did to become the greatest swimmer Visualization was a critical key to Michael Phelps’ training. That’s what makes Michael Phelps special. There’s no debate. He’s the greatest swimmer and most decorated Olympian of all time: 28 medals won over four different Olympic Games, 23 of them gold. The question is,…

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Visualize success

Visualize success

Visualize success Why you should make visualization a daily practice The author in this article reviews some of the benefits of visualization. If you were ever involved in competitions or sports, chances are your coach asked you to imagine winning. How does it look, feel and sound? At the time, it might have seemed strange:…

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Meditation research

Meditation research

Meditation research Harvard neuroscientist: meditation changes your brain This is a deeply insightful article summarizing what Sara Lazar and her team found when conducting research on the impact of meditation. To visualize achieve your goals is a form of meditation. It involves actively thinking, visualizing, and clearly imaging you achieving your goals. You not only…

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