Bringing Your “A” Game

Believing in yourself can be the toughest battle you ever face in your lifetime. Some people are just born with the natural ability to believe in themselves and for those who struggle with this, it can be frustrating to see someone who is so assured of themselves. Today I challenge you to stop doubting yourself and start believing you can do it because the belief is half the battle.

When a successful athlete looks back on their career, yes their win/loss record is important, the athlete knows that the success would not have been possible if they had not first believed they could do it. They needed to dig down deep and believe they were always bringing their “A” game to each and every game or race. Truly successful athletes don’t dwell on a loss, they simply look for ways to improve and increase their chances of a win the next time.

The same holds true for you and for all of us. Take a good hard look at your life, both business and personal. What are your wins? What was it that you brought to that success? What are your losses? What lessons did you learn from those losses that will allow you to grow and improve your win/loss record? When you make it a habit to look for the lessons learned regardless of the “score”, you create own personal “zero-loss” record.

When you bring your “A” game to each and every thing you do and strive to do your very best and know that your best is always enough, it will be then that you can begin to believe in yourself. When you believe in yourself it will be then that you will start to attract and create the success you desire in all areas of your life.

About Denise Banks-Grasedyck, Coach. Consultant. Speaker.

I'm an entrepreneur, a wife and a mother. I'm a Freedom Fighter for the overcommitted professional and a designer of Ideal-Life and Business blueprints. Discovering and developing simple solutions to complex challenges is one of my super powers. I write about life and business and everything that intersects them.
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