The more I meet aspiring soccer players, the more I see the mindsets of amateurs. The thing is, if you want to be a professional, you've got to get your attitude, perspective, priorities, and life in order. To REALLY be successful in this industry, there are going to be a lot of failures, a lot of people saying no, and a lot of frustration and disappointment. How you respond to these, will ultimately reflect in the longevity of your career. Some people just don't know how to take the pressure, but there are some SUPER important hacks to setting up your pathway so that you stay on track.
There's no magic pill to greatness, but here's the closest thing. With just 5-10 minutes each morning, you can set yourself up the best possible way for an amazing day... week, month, year, game, season, LIFE! It's probably the most simple and effective way I've seen to boost your happiness levels. Even lazy people can get in on the action. Let dive in!
So there are basically 5 skills or abilities that distinguish a happy + successful person:
To remember them just think that you'll need to set the "S.T.A.G.E" for your happiness.
So how do you make sure you're stage is set? By rehearsing of course! When you pick a time to practice these things daily or even as little as 3 times per week, you can significantly improve your happiness levels.
Once you create this little ritual, it doesn’t take a whole lot to start seeing measurable differences (I'd say a few weeks - months of consistent daily practice!). By having a template to work from, you can effortlessly rock it.
That's where The Morning Ritual comes in. I created it to help you develop your mindset for positivity in about 5 minutes. It can't get much simpler than that. It's a really cool journal that you fill out each day. It's laced with scientifically proven tricks to boost your happiness!
Save the page, fill it out one time each morning, and you'll be on your way to rocking your happiest life ever!
I love helping players optimize their soccer careers + lives through actualizing their potential.