Creating A Culture of Success

The year is 1990. The date, February 11th. And “Iron” Mike Tyson is the undisputed, undefeated Heavyweight Champion of the world

He steps into the ring to fight Buster Douglas; who’s at 42-1 odds to defeat “Iron” Mike. And yet just 10 rounds later, Douglas’ hand is being raised as the new heavyweight champion of the world

How is this possible? Self-belief…

“I believed in myself and that I had the ability to do that. It’s something that my mother instilled in me at a very young age: You can do whatever you want.

That was his self-talk and self-belief leading up to the fight. He trained like a man possessed, filled with the utmost of belief in his abilities and how he would perform in the fight. His mind was his best friend, and in return, he believed… something that all young athletes need to do in themselves, as it is all powerful and such a simple process to obtain

And it will instil within yourself a culture of success

Now, many people will say they can’t believe in themselves due to their past results, or their past training, which are simply bullshit excuses. You are not your past, it does not define you, and it is no reflection on how you will perform unless you believe it is

And if you don’t begin to believe in yourself, who the hell will…

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