Taking responsibility for the process you commit to will open your eyes and mind to what is needed for long term success.
You have to be open to learning, trying new things, and treating everything as an experiment.
Sometimes things won’t go to plan or won’t end up how you expect but if you can end each day knowing that you prioritized the process over the immediate result then you’ll develop a muscle for longevity.
Many people mistakingly chase discipline that looks like how others portray it to be.
But discipline to a routine, mindset, or behavior that does not serve you long term is not worth striving for.
If you want more discipline, develop standards for yourself that you’re excited and inspired to uphold.
As you do, you’ll grow and change and they’ll likely need some modification.
If we chase a result I think we rob ourselves of the opportunity to repeatedly win because if you never stop to be present or learn or appreciate the daily “grind” you are missing out on the lessons.
I’ve learned something from every show, prep, and improvement season.
I know I will continue to learn and apply which will make me better as an athlete.
I’m not racing anyone to the finish line.
I’m doing what needs to be done daily and know I will cross it and have the ability, stamina, and insight to do it again and again.
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Pics are from top left and around 2015, 2017, 2018, and 2020.
Let’s see what 2022 gets from me👀🤩
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