10 Thruths About Performance I Wish I Knew When I Was 10
Written by Gregory Berge on Oct. 31st 2019
1) Go where people are like you, where people have the same dream as you...and go there as early and quickly as you can. You will be happier and your dream will grow stronger.

2) Find other people who work hard and work hard with them. You will improve faster. Don’t be satisfied with working hard by yourself.

3) The earlier you go to bed, the better everything: your mood, your focus, your recovery, your performance. Sleeping enough hours but going to bed late doesn’t work the same. Go to bed as early as you can.

4) Support is so underestimated. You might believe that you are an amazing athlete, and that’s probably true, but words of support from someone you care will transform you.

5) Work with all the coaches you can. Let them do all the thinking and the solving. Just focus on doing what they say.
If you are craving to learn a lot more than just 10 truths about performance, check out Gold Medal Mindset 2019 and its 170 top-level take-aways.
6) You will quickly forget all the little things that stresses you and that you think are important now. Might as well forget it right now and move on. 

7) Say ‘No’ to a lot of things and a lot of people. Say it nicely but say it.

8) Aim for progression, not perfection.

9) After a mistake, a setback or a loss, don’t cry, don’t be affected, don’t act like it’s the end of the world. Don’t lose hours, days or weeks in that negative mindset. Instead, quickly learn from it and quickly move on.

10) Winning and achieving your dreams is amazing but it won’t make you happier, it won’t bring any ex-girlfriend back, it won’t make your parents love you more and it won’t make any critics apologize. Winning is fabulous but it’s not that. So, go out, train hard and perform because it’s worth it, but be free from all those outcomes.
Be brave this week, again. Work very hard or recover very well. In both case, I am with you.

Gregory Berge


4-time college basketball national champion, award-winning medical therapist, European champion of motivational speaking and former professional triathlete, Gregory Berge is a mental/emotional intelligence and performance coach who helps athletes perform better and enjoy higher levels of happiness and inner-peace.
If you're interested in transforming your athletic career and tired of feeling the pain of losses, injuries, anxiety and setbacks then definitely reach out and request a free strategy session today.
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10 Thruths About Performance I Wish I Knew When I Was 10
Written by Gregory Berge on Oct. 31st 2019
1) Go where people are like you, where people have the same dream as you...and go there as early and quickly as you can. You will be happier and your dream will grow stronger.

 
2) Find other people who work hard and work hard with them. You will improve faster. Don’t be satisfied with working hard by yourself.

3) The earlier you go to bed, the better everything: your mood, your focus, your recovery, your performance. Sleeping enough hours but going to bed late doesn’t work the same. Go to bed as early as you can.

4) Support is so underestimated. You might believe that you are an amazing athlete, and that’s probably true, but words of support from someone you care will transform you.

5) Work with all the coaches you can. Let them do all the thinking and the solving. Just focus on doing what they say.
If you are craving to learn a lot more than just 10 truths about performance, check out Gold Medal Mindset 2019 and its 170 top-level take-aways.
6) You will quickly forget all the little things that stresses you and that you think are important now. Might as well forget it right now and move on.

7) Say ‘No’ to a lot of things and a lot of people. Say it nicely but say it.

8) Aim for progression, not perfection.

9) After a mistake, a setback or a loss, don’t cry, don’t be affected, don’t act like it’s the end of the world. Don’t lose hours, days or weeks in that negative mindset. Instead, quickly learn from it and quickly move on.

10) Winning and achieving your dreams is amazing but it won’t make you happier, it won’t bring any ex-girlfriend back, it won’t make your parents love you more and it won’t make any critics apologize. Winning is fabulous but it’s not that. So, go out, train hard and perform because it’s worth it, but be free from all those outcomes.
Be brave this week, again. Work very hard or recover very well. In both case, I am with you.

Gregory Berge


4-time college basketball national champion, award-winning medical therapist, European champion of motivational speaking and former professional triathlete, Gregory Berge is a mental/emotional intelligence and performance coach who helps athletes perform better and enjoy higher levels of happiness and inner-peace.
If you're interested in transforming your athletic career and tired of feeling the pain of losses, injuries, anxiety and setbacks then definitely reach out and request a free strategy session today.
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