The “alpha dog” athlete that we idolize for his “killer instinct” is utilizing the exact same energy as the violent thug who’s ten toes deep in the streets, the three-time felon locked in prison due to an inability to control his instincts and reactions.
The only difference is, the athlete was introduced to sports: a vehicle for channeling those aggressive impulses in a constructive, positive way that also double as a viable career path.
The street guy? He wasn’t as lucky — either that, or his influences on the streets were stronger than those in the gym or on the field.
Your favorite “cutthroat competitor” athlete, had he not been introduced to sports, might be the same that guy that caused you to cross to the other side of the street when you saw him coming.
The athlete learns to control and channel that energy in the right direction at the right times, and when to turn it off.
Other people? The energy controls them.
- 30 Day To Discipline Course
- Meet The Challenge Audio Course
- #1050: How To Be The Supplier OF Energy
- #502: Using Negative Energy For Positive Outcomes
- #427: High Energy: Creating It, and What To Do With It
- #321: Energy & Focus Strategies
PS – I’m giving a FREE, live event at Books And Books Coral Gables (Miami) on June 22: It Takes More Than Hard Work. I’ll be discussing my book Work On Your Game, autographing any books purchased on-site, taking photos and answering questions in a live Q&A. Register for the free event here.