We all go through drops in performance. It happens .
Whether it comes from taking too much time away—vacation, illness, injury or lack of interest—or NOT taking time away, we can experience a drop in our mental and physical performance which can lead to a frustrating drop in results .
Sustained intense effort causes fatigue and lack of focus. The desire to “suck it up” and stay in the fight leads to mistakes, injuries…or worse. And there can be cultural pressure to perform, which in turn leads to deeper issues that impact confidence, desire and overall execution.
On flip side, a drop in performance after a layoff can be equally frustrating and just as debilitating. It can be hard to find the drive and motivation, especially after losing the “edge” high-performers crave.
So what can we do to combat this? How do we recover from a drop in performance? And how can we prevent it from happening agin?
Join me on this episode of The High-Altitude Mentorship Show™ podcast for a discussion on how to recover from a drop in performance in business, sports, and life.
In this episode, we explore:
– Why feelings are false and how to ignore the ones that inhibit performance
– How to recover from a stall and get back on altitude
- A 5-step execution plan for breaking inertia and getting into to big action
– The unorthodox approach a college football team takes to keep their athletes sharp
– Why worry and anxiety diminish results, and how to deal with both
– and more…
Fly High. Fly Fast. Fly Far.