The difference between living life, and living life at your optimal level.
What separates the greatest of competitors? Why do some people bounce back from failure stronger than before, while others struggle to get back on track? How are some people able to move on to the next play while others mistakes end up forcing them into new ones? Why are some hurdles harder to get over than others? These may seem like sports related questions, but in reality they can be also be asked about life issues. You have goals and a desire to excel but you are in a constant battle in your head with that nagging voice of self-doubt. You feel stuck; like shutting down, quitting, all attempts to avoid feeling the way you do. This inner critic is common, but not helpful in becoming who you want to be. The most successful people and the highest performing athletes have learned to silence their inner critic and focus their mental energy differently. The difference in living life and living life at your optimal level is having the mental edge, the ability to remove the barriers that prevent you from performing to your highest potential. Having a mental edge can be taught, learned, and improved upon. I can help you. At Focus therapy, we work together to identify the barriers that prevent you from performing or living life the way YOU want to, and create a roadmap to help get you to your optimal self.