Morning motivator – “Feel the fear and do it anyway”.

Andy Murray had most of the country gripped to the TV in the Wimbledon final and although you would struggle to find fault in his physical performance, what really captivated me was his mental strength. The capacity to dig deep, focus and keep on fighting through sheer determination and hard work.

I am no motivational speaker, but I do believe that throughout life there will be times when we all need to display these traits and it’s probably only facing these challenges that you find your true strength of character. So this post is about finding strength, getting out what you put in and finding your own luck – it doesn’t just happen to other people! Believe in yourself and make things happen.

Although his ultimate goal would have been to win the Championship, Andy Murray’s focus would have been on every stroke, every serve and every tiny detail of his game. Without this he would not have won. [quote]Take care of the little things, and the big things will take care of themselves.[/quote]
I can’t tell you how many times I have to tell myself this! It’s truly the only way I can get things done but it has really worked. This will usually involve stepping out of your comfort zone too. So, in the words of Susan Jeffers, feel the fear and do it anyway.
What goals have you set yourself this week?

Laura x



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  1. MB
    July 11, 2013 at 9:29 pm

    Luck is when preparation meets opportunity – just a little note to think about!

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