5 Key Points to Improving Performance

There are many speakers that can talk all day and there are many
thick and thin books on this subject however, today I’m going to
simply point out my 5 keys to Improving performance.

1. Make a decision, act and use the momentum

e.g: Make a decision to plan your meals the night before, and start
looking for your food containers, pull out your foods that you need to
prepare and keep going…

2. Change your limiting beliefs

e.g: Beliefs are a choice. Believing in them is what makes them
true to you.  Create new beliefs and replace your old ones with
new ones. Give it time, it won’t happen overnight, but with anything,
the more effort you put in, the more results you get.

3. Model the strategies that work

e.g: Sometimes, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. Find someone
that has already been there and accomplished those specific goals
successfully and learn what they have to offer. 

4. Shift your state and take a different action

e.g: If your feeling bad, you set off a vibration that resonance to
all around you. It can become a vicious circle, because you won’t
receive from others what you desire. To quote Abraham Hicks, “To evoke
the best from others, you must find a vibration that is a match to the
best in others.”  Once you can shift your state, which
essentially means shifting your emotions from bad to good, then you
can recognize the actions associated with that bad state and it’s
easier to stop the same action that invoked the bad feelings to happen

5. Be 1% better tomorrow than you were today.

e.g: The
truth is that you don’t have to be 100% better than someone else
at something. You just have to be 1% better. It all starts with
one.  As a competitive bodybuilder, I always strive to be that 1
degree better. It separates 1st place from second place, outstanding
from normal and rich from poor, not only in money but in life. Mike Litman reinforced
this statement of being 1% better than the next person and it’s been
working for me for a long time.