The focus is to tap into the zone of ‘peak experience’ or the ‘flow state’ to be able to create your magic seamlessly and enjoy the experience. You want to stay in that state once you get there and prolong it to extract maximum impact from it.
Any fine tuning if necessary can be done after that session of activity ends; when you have accumulated confidence and sufficient data of your performance to analyze and perfect.
It’s for this purpose that professional archers quite often practice the ‘sudden release’ via employing a mechanical release or ‘release aid’.
When you’re running, the mind does want to stop in the beginning but after a point it almost seems that the body is going on its own and the mind even if it logically wanted the body to stop wouldn’t be able to do so.
It’s just a fact, successful products are built by people with an open mind, an inquisitive mind. You need to be able to question things and the basis of key explanations to standard questions for the process of creation to make sense. You can’t grow up in a culture of ‘it is what it is’, ‘everything doesn’t have an answer’ and expect children to suddenly create the next iphone. #innovation #entrepreneurship
We have felt time and again that there are things that we absolutely need to change about ourselves. There’s always something that we are inclined to alter or modify from the state we find it in and that’s change! We have been taught changing is difficult and changing is important and there are millionaire coaches out there who make a living out of helping people change.
The most important thing I want you to remember forever is this:
All great endings have modest beginnings. The only sure way of going the distance and making the cut, is to take one step at a time in the direction of your goal and do so continuously.