Using your mind keeps you involved in the game of life.
Dentists who play golf meet friends and colleagues at local golf courses to enjoy time away from the dental office.
Fifty per cent of golf develops on the mental side of play.
A shot taken with confidence after hours and hours of practice travels to its desired destination.
Athletes that play at a very high level understand the mental part of their game is critical in performing well for their team.
You can be good at what you do but still suck in the game if you develop bad habits.
Trying to do far above and beyond your job makes you less effective.
Control your emotions to perform well at what you do.
Adrenalin gets you up for the game but overplay of your position forces mistakes that hurt your team.
We go all out to win at what we do.
Using your mind reduces mental lapses that defeat your true intentions to achieve at a high level.
It is noteworthy to include those who make presentations to rally the troops.
Great planning is required to get good reviews from those who are motivated by what you are able to say from the front of the room.
Good information comes as a result of using your mind to provide what is desired by the group.
Things done over and over again in practice drills make the actions you do automatic so that focus can be placed on the vital actions that make you successful.
Study the practice sessions of professional athletes to learn how champions prepare to win,
Winning becomes a mindset long before championship banners are raised.
If talent was the only requirement for success, most people would be successful just by showing up to play the game.
Those who display toughness of mind place themselves in a better position to win the big games.
See yourself competing at a high level if you decide to display toughness of mind.
The seeds for your success have already been sown controlling your emotions and performing daily at a high level.
Control what you are capable of controlling and stay mentally focused using your mind.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://www.dentist4you.biz