Your mind is a powerful tool.
Only you can use it to reach your optimal potential. Use it wisely. Combine your physical and mental tools so that you can see higher levels of performance, improve self and team concept, have greater ability to control arousal levels and improve your ability to concentrate.
The starting point for improving one’s performance in any event or life is to understand the role that your mind plays in our successes and failures. What are the images that you hold in your mind and believe to be true? How do these images affect your performance? Do they improve your performance, or do some of these beliefs holds you back from achieving what you want to accomplish?
You are what you think you are. You are the sum total of all your thoughts up to this time in your life. You creates, and you are the master of what you are today. You are in control of your own thoughts, words and actions. The circumstances and/or comments made by others have absolutely no effect on your or your behavior until you accept them as true. You are what you are today because you have accepted certain beliefs about yourself or allowed others to do it to you through your approval and acceptance of the belief. You must come to the conclusion that you are in control of yourself if you want to improve your performance.