In Chapter 32 of my new book, Expect to Win – Hate to Lose, I reveal a way to get good at anything FASTER than ever before.
NOTE: Those of you who already have the book, make sure you re-read this chapter today. It’s important, especially after a 3-day weekend when you return to piles of work and don’t know how you’re going to get it all done.
It’s also important to remind yourself of the principle I teach when you’re frustrated with your results and want to PUSH, PUSH, PUSH in order to get where you want to go faster.
This morning I used this principle when doing my workout. I could have ignored everything I teach and forced myself to improve through grit and determination. And yes, some times that’s a valid strategy.
But in terms of long-term progress, it’s the wrong way. If you rush too fast you can do major life-time damage. A better approach is knowing how to double your results with less than half the effort.
By the way, a hearty “thank you” to all who’ve already gotten a copy or multiple copies of Expect to Win – Hate to Lose. So many of you have ordered 5, 10 and 25 copies that we estimate being completely out of stock in less than a week.
Thank you. Thank you. THANK YOU.
More than anything else, what really makes my day is seeing a young boy reading my book at a baseball tournament this past weekend. How cool is that?
P.S. The FREE webinar will be held later this month. We’ll get you the details within a few days.