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“Fear and self-limiting beliefs create imaginary boundaries that can keep us from acting in our own best interests. There’s a reason: Our brains are wired to resist change. They will process anything we repeatedly think, say or do and formalise it into a habit. It’s easier for our brains to depend on habits because they don’t have to work as hard. It’s comfortable. But if those habits aren’t serving you, where does that leave you?”
“It’s the perennial million-dollar question of nature versus nurture, sure. But the difference between the greats and the almost-greats (which, by the way, applies well beyond sports) also appears to be at least partially driven by one specific thing — how each group responds to adversity. The greats rise to the challenge and put inpersistent effort; the almost-greats lose steam and regress.”