When you compare good performers to great performers, there are rarely major differences between them in terms of skills and knowledge. On the surface, they appear the same. It’s no different with professional athletes: when you watch them go head-to-head, they look similar in terms of physical prowess and athletic skill. Yet the difference in results between good performers and great performers is huge. In professional sports, it’s the difference between the bench warmer and hall of famer. In business, it’s the difference between earning a good living and earning a fortune. The one difference that separates the good from the great is consistency. In this episode of the Mental Toughness Podcast, we address this critical difference and how to achieve it. #mentaltoughness #personaldevelopment
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