If you don’t plan out what you want to improve in your game, then you rely on your willpower and motivation to inspire you to act. But if you do plan out when and where you are going to improve your game, your goal has a time and a space to live in the real world. This shift in perspective allows your environment to act as a cue for improvement you want to make.
To put it simply: planning out when and where you will focus on improving your game, turns your environment into a trigger for action. The time and place triggers your behavior, not your level of motivation.
If you rely only on your motivation, there’s a good chance you won’t keep going. Making a plan keeps you on track even when you don’t feel like it.
Dr. Jorge Valverde
Specialized in Tennis
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