Visualizing yourself performing YOUR best and doing well is energizing, empowering, encouraging and inspiring.
It provides clear, compelling images of person you want to be, what you want to achieve and how you want to approach life.
To Create Happiness Practice Being YOUR Best
When you continually try to Do YOUR Best, Be YOUR Best and Feel YOUR Best, you make YOUR Best effort and raise the probability you will achieve the Best possible results.
The key is to focus on YOUR Best and Not someone else's Best. Learn from others, especially star performers, but avoid critical, self depreciating comparisons that corrode confidence.
You will never perform well or feel good if you focus on failure, how badly you feel or how poorly you think you are doing. Recognize and reject stinking thinking.
Focus On What You Want To Achieve, then Energize and Encourage Yourself to Attain It.
Practice Being YOUR Best - Continually try to Do YOUR Best, Feel YOUR Best and Be At Your Best all of the time. You will feel good, perform well and YOUR Best will continue to get better.
Ask yourself these questions:
- What is the best I can do? (Given my resources, competing goals, constraints and limitations.)
- Is there a better way I can do it?
- How would this be achieved by an expert?
- How can I enhance my enjoyment, experiences and expand my ability to excel and do well?
When you try to do your best, you can let go of results knowing you couldn't have done any more - you did YOUR Best.
If you have had a mediocre day when you didn't try very hard and you didn't get very good results you know the danger of lackluster efforts.
Focusing on doing YOUR Best and being YOUR Best helps you to feel YOUR Best.
Practice Being YOUR Best All Of The Time. It's a great way to create a happy life and get the best possible results!
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