High Performers Believe in Action

BY DR. RICHARD YOUNG

High Performers believe in action! An old story of two doors at the Pearly Gates. Both closed, both with a sign pinned to the door. No one in front of one door marked “heaven”. Millions in front of the other door marked “lecture on heaven”. Most need to feel ready before doing. The high performers step forward and know they are more ready to start than they think! An Olympic medallist interviewed after a 4th place looked at the interviewer when asked: ‘Did you need more belief?’. And she answered: ‘No, I’ll gather more proof from training, I believe in proof!’. Expert performers learned early to walk through the action door. They are powered and empowered by their action. Are you learning in action or waiting until you feel ready?

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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