The Quiet Mistake: Blocking High Performance

BY DR. RICHARD YOUNG

Solving is motion. System Building is progress. The high performers know it is a system game they are playing.
The problem in front of the performer today may be nothing but an attractive distraction. They need more space between the thought and the action. An Olympic CEO said to me; ‘we can’t get performing until we clear the deck of all these problems’. We uncovered the thinking problem behind the problems. And they accelerated. Every exceptional performer has a system that works. The system is rocket fuel for
confidence. Forget the affirmation post-it notes and build your system. And systems are not built by solving every problem. They are built through seeing the right problems.

Go pro. Park motion for progress.

Dr.Richard Young, Contributing Editor for ONcourt and Founder of Simplify2Perform

For more from Dr Richard Young, visit www.simplify2perform.com

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