Stop Sabotaging Your Performance - with Fyfe Barraclough
If you roll into a multi-day hike with tons of vertical and a 50-pound pack after 6 months on the couch eating Doritos, chances are you’re probably not going to have the best time. But what about if you’re asking a lot of your mind?
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If you roll into a multi-day hike with tons of vertical and a 50-pound pack after 6 months on the couch eating Doritos, chances are you’re probably not going to have the best time.
But what about if you’re asking a lot of your mind?
How many stressful situations do you encounter in your business in a single day?
How often is intense focus demanded of you even though your batteries are drained?
In its simplest form, mental fitness is your capacity to handle life’s challenges with a positive rather than negative mindset.
We, as humans, have all formed negative self-sabotaging characteristics that protected us while we were young. However, these same saboteurs can ultimately lead to downfall if we don’t recognize them.
In this episode, we have Fyfe Barraclough on to explain the 10 saboteurs that exist, which ones are most common in entrepreneurs, and what we can all do to turn self-sabotage into opportunity.
Listen to the full episode to learn how you can transform your metal liabilities into tangible assets.
- The definition of mental fitness and when a contractor would need to be concerned about it
- The neuroscience science behind mental fitness and why large organisations are starting to pay attention to the training
- The 10 saboteurs that we form to protect ourselves when we’re young but can hold us back as adults
- The common saboteurs that plague entrepreneurs specifically and examples of what they look like in the workplace
- How to play “mental judo” and turn your stress induced self sabotage into an opportunity instead
- The observable benefits of someone who actively works on their mental fitness vs someone who doesn’t