We all have moments like that.
And some people might say:
“Well, it all comes down to how driven/motivated you are.”
Which works, I agree.
Until… it doesn’t.
I mean, here’s the thought:
These pros don’t rely on motivation.
They all have the same amount of time in the day as you do – everyday.
But they manage to get more done.
Truth is, they all have an awesome team around them, supporting them.
Which for the same reason we built…
The Sports Model Project.
All the hardest workers in the room, like you
have multiple things to do.
And you know you are not in the position as someone like Serena Williams or Hattie.
So the question then becomes:
“How do we bridge the gap?
“How do we get from where we are to where we want to be?”
Here’s the secret:
Those women mentioned above?
They actually managed to get more organised
BEFORE they managed to get successful.
And that’s what makes them Pro.
That’s what sets them apart from amateurs.
Organisation is such a skill that’s often overlooked
but will set you up for success.
It gives you power.
And I’m not saying motivation doesn’t.
Motivation gives you power too when it’s there but what about when it fades?
What should you rely on?
This is where organisation comes in.
Because you may get access to the world’s best training/nutrition program.
And learn ALL the amazing tools in the world.
But if you don’t know how to implement them consistently?
Then you’re not really any better off.
This is why organisation is essential for your continued success.
It’s the safety net that’s gonna catch you even when motivation fades away.
But just like any other skills, organisation takes time.
It takes practice.
It took me a whole team of elite coaches to master organisation and become a Pro myself.
So if you need help with that?
SMP Coaching Team