“I played to my strength. My strength was my mind.”
– Wayne Gretzky
Not as good as I used to be
Remember Jim* (from the Home page) and his shame because he doesn’t feel as sharp as he used to be?
Jim built this successful business, makes a lot of money, and enjoys an enviable lifestyle. He used to jump out of bed in the morning, excited to get to work and see what the day presented. He loved solving challenges when they came up and celebrating his employees’ wins.
But recently, Jim drags himself out of bed and delays going to the office as long as he can. He sits in his lavish office, hoping nobody bothers him with a question or problem.
Jim feels ashamed because he can’t fix this
Jim feels shame because once you’ve been a dynamic, high-performance achiever, that’s what everyone expects of you. That’s what you expect of yourself. When you don’t measure up, shame tends to be the emotion that emerges.
It’s not like everything’s terrible now. It just feels like Jim has lost his mental edge. He wants to get it back.
He’s read all the right books and thinks positive thoughts – why can’t he get out of this slump?
Being in a slump can happen to anyone
Entrepreneurs, executives, athletes, performers, or professionals – anyone who’s been at the top of their game can sometimes experience a drop in their performance.
Even if that drop is only a self-perception, it can feel a little scary. You wonder if you’ll ever get your enthusiasm back.
“I want to feel like a champion”
My personalized Attitude of a Champion program is perfect for high-achieving individuals who want to elevate their personal and professional performance.
Reprogramming the subconscious mind to step over self-doubt and hesitation into full potential is possible. Maybe even beyond one’s expectations.