How to apply the secret psychology of success from some of the most successful athletes, entrepreneurs, leaders, business people, musicians, actors and coaches in the world so you can achieve all of your grandest goals and dreams. How to master the difference that makes the difference when it comes to personal peak performance and high achievement.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a successful Hollywood actor. He’s done movies with Denzel Washington, Colin Farrell and many other successful and well known actors. In the last few years his career has gotten sidetracked and he’s lost focus. He’s not happy with some of the sitcoms and movie parts his agents have been sending him to casting calls for. He wants to be more selective with the roles he auditions for, but is afraid to tell his agents out of fear that they will lose enthusiasm for him and drop him. What’s really going on is that he fears rejection and that he will not be successful, so he’s unknowingly sabotaging his own success.
This is a great video for anyone who struggles with fear, rejection, being successful, staying motivated and overcoming challenges and setbacks on the path to achieving their grandest goals and dreams. I tell him what he really needs to focus on to get his career back on track and get back in the bigtime again.
“If you want to reach your full potential so you can achieve your grandest goals and dreams, you need to learn to apply the secrets of personal peak performance and high achievement. Truly successful people are consistently focused on giving their best effort in every moment in time. They are focused relentlessly on incremental and moment by moment self improvement and action taking to master their chosen passion and craft. It does not matter whether they are winning or losing, but how they apply themselves and remaining focused on taking the actions they know they need to take in the present moment. Successful people understand that success is not a moving target. Success simply comes from knowing what you want, why you want it and having an emotionally compelling reason that motivates you to take action to try and get a little better each day. Achieving really big goals is simply successfully breaking down big problems, ideas or tasks into daily achievable goals. It’s by achieving the small daily goals that makes big successes inevitable over long periods of time. Unsuccessful people tend to get lost in the minutia and enormity of the challenge and work that lies before them. They therefore, give up at the first sign of difficulty, challenges, setbacks or they never even start because they become overwhelmed with fear and doubt.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne