“No matter where you are from, no matter what past you have, it is all about your future and your goals.” – Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce
I believe that athletes need to constantly ask themselves questions and answer them honestly to get better at what they do. It’s not just any question but intelligent questions that make you answer from the heart. They have to be questions that leads to a purpose
I tend to get a lot of questions that make unfair comparisons like, how do I throw like him, how do I sprint faster than her, etc. It’s natural I understand, but how does achieving these bring you closer to your goals?
“Motivation is a fire from within. If someone else tries to light that fire under you, chances are it will burn very briefly.” – Stephen Covey
This is Midweek Minute, where I run through a minute or two of reflective and motivational quick messages to keep you focussed on where you want to go in your sport. This is Episode number 19 with Marilyn Wo.
I understand that many of you work full-time on weekdays and attend trainings on weekends. So I’ve come up with this special episode which will only be aired on Wednesdays before the weekend comes along.
Today, I’m going to talk about making your own future. Before we dive in, I want you to ask yourself one question, tune in to find out what that is.
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