If you’re an athlete, you’ve been there before. The big match is starting in just a few minutes. Your mind is racing. You see your opponent practicing and begin to worry. Is he better than I am? Am I going to lose? I haven’t been practicing as hard I should have been. What if I fail? Before you know it, you’ve spent the time you should have been using to visualize a win instead worrying about a loss.
These thoughts are completely normal and everyone has them at one time or another. But what if you could control those thoughts? What if you could stop them completely? Well, the truth is, you can.