#901: How To Ignore The Spectators [WOYG Podcast]

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Life is populated with many more watchers than doers. So when you, doer, do your thing, the many spectators may have opinions about you and your work that you’ve felt a need to reply to. Today you’ll learn how to ignore those who aren’t in the game.

 

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2:55 Today’s Topic: How To Ignore The Spectators

4:49 When we know we’re being watched, our performance changes. Some performances goes down, some goes up

5:59 Point I: Know that the spectators are part of the game

7:07 Condition yourself to perform under scrutiny

8:21 You gotta get live game reps.

9:08 Mentally, you gotta know the venue. Be ready for what’s ahead

9:58 Point II: Know that the spectators, by definition are there to see you. You are not there to see them

10:46 You are not there for them, they are there for you

11:26 Prepare yourself as someone who other people invest time, energy, attention, money, and resources into watching

12:45 Point III: Have your game in order

13:10 When you know what you’re doing and you know you’re good at it, you’re excited to be seen! It’s not a burden to have people watch you

14:12 Disclaimer: You gotta know your job and role. Know what you’re there to do

16:03 Recap

 

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