There was a young archer who was winning competition after competition. Riding high on success he challenged the old master to a test of skills.
The young archer let the first arrow loose and it landed dead center of the bullseye. The second found its way home too.
"Ha! Beat THAT, if you can!" he boasted.
The master smiled nodding his head slowly. "Impressive. Let's take a walk," he said as he headed towards the nearby mountain.
Up they climbed all afternoon. The master said nothing. The young challenger grew more curious.
They finally reached a deep chasm with an old fallen tree acting as a natural bridge. The master calmly strode to the middle of the log, called a distant tree as his target, took aim, and let the arrow fly.
Why is mindset so important? Sit down by the fire & let me tell you a story about a process I see all the time in my coaching experience.
Potential clients (whether its business coaching or personal/physical) will hop on the phone for a 45 minute deep dive into their situation.
This call is designed to help them clarify their real issues, identify where their roadblocks are, define their vision for future success, and plan a route to get there. It's the most valuable 45 minutes they're likely to spend for the whole year.
It's exactly the same processes I've used to create opportunities for myself that take me around the world, work with the US military, appear on national TV, navigate prolonged high stress environments, and more.
I operate on elite levels and know how to get people there too.