with Byron "TGI" Friday

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In this episode Byron TGI Friday talks about:


In this "What it Takes" series - I'm intentionally going very deep, so deep that much of what I cover may go over the head of the typical young athlete. Most of this high-level thought process stuff doesn't resonate with young athletes because they haven't yet entered into the realm of sports psychology.   Sports psychology is not on the radar of the typical young athlete. That being said, I think this would be a prime opportunity for the athlete and parent to broach the subject of entry level sports psychology.


Primary takeaways:


The biggest mistake that the typical athlete is making today is miscalculating what it's going to take to get the job done.   My best and simplest advice for you is to become a student of preparation. Make it your life's work learning how to become an expert in the preparation.   There are no downsides to spending your time studying and learning about the benefits of expert preparation.... there's only an upside to this.


It's a shame to look back at your career and realize that you didn't reach your Highest Potential. Regret that you didn't perform at the level you could have is something that haunts athletes like you and me.   Living with regret is not a comfortable existence.



Final Note to the rider - success in professional sports requires a world-class commitment. Underestimating what it's going to take to get the job down will be your downfall.


If you're  daily habits are not  inline with your dreams and desires this means one thing - YOU ARE NOT REAL!


To your success,


Byron TGIF Friday




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