You control your process,
you control your actions.
What time you wake up,
if you make your bed,
what you have for breakfast.
Did you track your macros?
Fill in your training program?
Did you increase the amount of work you did from the last session?
Did you really show up in your meeting?
Were you working or on the internet?
Did you make the sales calls?
You can measure your actions, however
You can’t control the results of your actions.
You might not feel energetic when you wake up early.
Your measurements might not move the way you want.
They might not buy your thing.
In fact you’re not alone, nobody,
none of us get to decide the results.
Perhaps not getting what you want gives you anxiety.
You freak out because you hate being tired.
You eat a whole heap “because what’s the point anyway”?
You get anxious that your never going to make money.
But anxiety is just the gap between the world you imagined and the world that is.
Anxiety exists because you want something that is out of your control.
I want to win, always but by the time I get to my show I know that everything I can control has been done. All that is left is for me to perform and for the result to be announced.
When I get under the bar and attempt a genuine personal best, I only have responsibility for my effort. The beauty in the attempt is this very real truth:
I don't know what the result will be.
(It's why I get so nervous the night before)
Surrender the illusion of control,
and accept responsibility.
Step up, accept the radical responsibility that is yours.
You are responsible for your actions.
You are responsible for your words
You are responsible for the thoughts that you keep.
These are the only things that are up to you…… and as every great competitor in every sport knows.
When you take control of your process,
you receive all of the rewards that you truly need.
This is how we live in The Sports Model Project.
It’s a step up for every women who joins us, but it's a first step towards greatness.
It’s Time Live Your Vision, Be Your Spirit
Light and so much love
PS: Radical responsibility is one of the key principles I teach in The Sports Model Project and just like everything else it's a practice not a destination.
"I am responsible for observing my feelings, thoughts, words and actions."
"I am responsible for my feelings, for my actions, my words and the thoughts I choose to keep."