Achieving Success Using Mental Performance Training Part 1
By Robert Forto, PhD
Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare.
Many competitive human/canine teams, whether in the ring, on the trail, or on the field, are so busy preparing and being busy that they have no idea where their busy-ness is taking them. In contrast, some teams have expressed their visions, but do not appear to be directing much of their activity to achieving them.
After a human/canine team (hereafter just referred to as ‘team’), has a well defined vision, they need to move on to making that vision happen.
Ask yourself these questions:
- What needs t happen for [vision]?
- Is there anything else that needs to happen for [vision]?
Repeat the second question until no further actions emerge, and then ask:
- What is the first thing that needs to happen?
After you answer this question the seeds are sown, and your team’s attention is on the vision and the steps you need to take to start to move towards it.
This is just the first installment in a series that I am working on for my first book, Run With Poodles. The book is about creating success in your business and personal life through the eyes of a dog team. I am a professional musher and I am training for my first Iditarod in 2013. I am also a practitioner of Neuro-Linguistics (NLP) and I am using my training to harness the power of my team and teaching others leadership through empowerment.
If you would like to learn more about leadership through empowerment please feel free to contact me a email@example.com
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Dr. Robert Forto is a professional musher training for his first Iditarod racing under the Team Ineka banner. Dr. Forto can be reached through his website at https://teamineka.com