Access and discover

Your Inner Olympian

Who is an Olympian?

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Dedicated to their craft

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Trains diligently to achieve excellence

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The best they can be

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Accepts coaching and suggestions

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Understands it’s a team effort

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Is gracious in winning or losing

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Respects their competition who invites them to reach higher

How do they prepare?

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Dedicated to their particular skill

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Rigorous training and coaching

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Willing to adjust to improve

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Engage in mindfulness and visualization

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Endeavor to get into their zone

What do you need to become one?

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Accurately identify your unique skills

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Commit to excellence

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Expert training and coaching

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Self-trust and self-confidence

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Inner work to overcome obstacles

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Practice to reach your zone

The important thing in the Olympic Games is not the winning but the taking part.

Pierre De Coubertin

Founder of the Olympic Games, 1896.

How do you

Access your Inner Olympian

After the diligent training:

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Focus and concentrate

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Quiet the mind and the emotions

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Go into your deepest self

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Find and trust your “flow/zone”

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Allow your inner wisdom to guide you

Go from competence to excellence

Read Improvisational Leaders to learn how to access your Inner Olympian