Weekly Performance analysis
Your “Goal Statement” is a sentence written in 1st person present tense, about something you want to have happen; the more specific the better and think BIG. Writing it once isn’t enough, the power is in repetition week to week so dig deep. “The more we think about, talk about and write about something happening, we improve the probability of that thing happening”
When deciding your %’s below, be as honest as possible. The number that pops into your head is most likely the correct answer
For this section, remember: the more we think about, talk about and write about something happening, the higher the probability of that happening. When you reinforce a positive behavior, you increase the likelihood of that behavior happening again. But, that same thing can happen if you obsess over negative behaviors. So the point of this page is to recognize every time you did something beneficial this week, and reinforce it by thinking about iy, talking about it, and writing it down. Positive reinforcement is the only thing allowed on this page. “If you fill your thoughts only with your best performances, you cannot help but be successful”.
You did not begin this journey with the intention of staying the same. The goal isn’t about trying to be someone you’re not, it’s about identifying your best qualities and finding out how to show up at your best, on demand. This is truly what it takes. Spend the next 10 minutes with your eyes closed, (seriously, set a timer), and think about everything you've just written. Begin to set some goals for yourself this week in relation to your Goal Statement. Picture what you want to see happen before you actually perform, and only rehearse good performances. It's okay to let potential obstacles enter into your mind-- just work through them and don't stop until you overcome them in your mind. It’s essential that every time you do this you only focus on process, not outcome. Process is what you can control. You can control how days per week you train, what you eat, the discipline of your efforts, who you let influence you, and what you choose to think about, listen to, write down and do. Visualize and rehearse in your mind the process of executing a combination of mental feelings and technical moves that get you the results you’re after. “Your success is determined by how well you can control what is in front of you, and not by worrying about outcome”. The more vivid the picture and the more often you rehearse, the better your chances are for success. When your timer goes off, write down what you’ve discovered below.