We see this roadblock all too often as High-Performance Coaches – and it’s the one that weakens mental recovery time the most.
When going after big, bad ass goals, it stands to reason that obstacles will pop up along the way – how you respond is the key to staying on track.
Do you get frustrated immediately? Down on yourself? Angry even? How long do you stay there? Do you go down a slippery slope and wind up stuck in a mental rabbit hole?
Building stronger mental recovery time is all about calibrating those red flag emotions quickly, so that you can shift mental gears quickly, off of what you can’t control (the circumstances) and back onto what you can (possible solutions).
Try this tip today and let us know how it works – we would love to hear about your results ??