#503: How To Practice Your Peak Performance Mindset [WOYG Podcast]

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I heard Michael Jordan say, after his first return to basketball, that he’d lost his ability to get into the Zone on-call. And, that once he got that back by the start of the next season, he knew he was ready to roll.

And roll he did, to winning league MVP and the next three NBA championships.

Athletes of all sports always ask about the Zone. How can they get into it, why they fail to recreate it when they need it, what exactly is it, etc.

Today I’ll show you exactly how to practice his mindset and embed it into you. Listen closely.

 


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4 Comments

  1. Hey Dre.
    I’m a 16 year old kid who used to play basketball on a regular basis and try to get better. Yes, used to. Over time, as I kept playing and practicing in my apartment, people used to get inspired to work on their game more and I used to have some friendly competition/rivalry with some guys who also started to play. However, due to my inability to play in professional tournaments, I have completely lost confidence in myself and my abilities. Heck, I don’t even know whether I like to play basketball anymore. I forgot to have fun while playing the game, and I don’t know how I can get back at it again. I really need some help, because I know something is missing in my life but I don’t know how to fill that void. How can I keep my confidence and spirits up and play to my full potential in tournaments? How can I get back? Thank you for all your support.

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