Over the course of my career, I have written numerous articles, and had the opportunity to work with very talented people in the area of human performance. There is always something new and exciting happening, whether we are looking at how to improve employee engagement or discovering the next generation of leaders within our organizations.
One thing I have noticed in both business and high performance athletics is that anyone who has ever achieved something remarkable has, over the years, developed their own unique performance path towards achieving their goals.
Sure they may share some common traits, such as a passion for their goals or the ability to bounce back from failure. Where they do differ is how they go about achieving those goals. Some are early risers; they are often up at 5am, and tend to do their best work before noon. Others work best late at night and can pull projects together during a last-minute crunch.
The trick is knowing how to be clear on what it is that you want to achieve and establishing daily actionable goals. The “how” is personal and can be accomplished through a process of trial and error.
All the best in achieving your highest performance.
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