In Handling Failure/Adversity

All too often athletes tend to get so upset with themselves after they fail that they distract themselves from the valuable information that is waiting for them within the failure. Getting angry at yourself for messing up is a total waste of time. It serves no constructive value. It doesn’t motivate you. It doesn’t build your confidence and it certainly doesn’t help you correct your mistakes. When you lose or otherwise fail keep in mind that within this disappointment you’ll find the secrets to your ultimate success. Failure is feedback and feedback is the breakfast of champions!


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