If you’re going to compete, compete well.

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Brian Kight

Otherwise why be in the arena? Expect nothing to be given. Understand everything must be earned. With that understanding, sharpen your competitive qualities with these five maxims.

  1. Train at the level you intend to perform.
  2. Find pleasure in the pain of uncomfortable work.
  3. Appreciate and aspire for better opponents to compete with.
  4. Obsess over the few simple disciplines that give you an advantage.
  5. Move on from the last moment, whether success or failure, and put your full attention on this moment. 

Discipline is the shortcut. Do the work.

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