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Day: 31 March 2019

NLP Sports and failure

The element of fear of losing can be a motivating factor. Lynford Christie, one of England’s best athletes, used fear to drive him on. Yet far too many athletes just worry too much about failure, are afraid to make mistakes and fail. They mistakenly believe that the worst thing that could ever happen to them is to lose or mess up.

brian havanna

NLP & Motivation in Sports 2

Firstly, think of your goals in your sport. Picture how important it is for you to achieve what you want. Get into about how much you want to make the starting line-up or get the call up to your chosen team. It’s a good tool using NLP in sports to have a motivating reason for anything you do, yet when you have touched on the emotion of what you want, be prepared to let the goals go!

hurdles on a running track

NLP & Motivation in Sports 1

You can always do more than you think. You can always do better than your best. Limits and handicaps are placed in your life for you to overcome them. They are not put there as a reason to whine. You can always do more than you think. You can always do better than your best. Limits and handicaps are placed in your life for you to overcome them. They are not put there as a reason to whine.

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