The nice thing about preparing to be your best is that once the lights hit and the moment is upon you all you need to do is trust your preparation. There is an incredible amount of freedom and confidence that comes with being prepared. Once the work has been done and it’s time to perform the mind can relax and perform in rhythm. It’s too late to prepare once the gun goes off or the whistle blows or the speech starts or the board meeting is underway. Then, it’ll be obvious who is trying to prepare on the fly and who is trusting their preparation. Trust your preparation.
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