In this Mental Performance Mastery (MPM) Podcast Episode, I explain how talent is over-rated and how life is a strategy game, not a talent game. As a society, we over emphasize the importance of talent and under play the importance of strategy. You can be, have, do anything you want with the right strategy. When you understand this concept and live this concept you stop making excuses and start making progress.
How did I balloon up to 240lbs when I was in my late 20’s… BAD STRATEGY…
How did I get under 180lbs and sub 10% body fat during corona season… GOOD STRATEGY.
How did I go from not being able to run 1 mile to running a 100mile ultra marathon… STRATEGY.
Look, this episode is NOT ABOUT THEORY.. It’s about practical application to YOUR life that will help you close the gap from where you are to where you want to be.
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