March 21, 2017

7 Lessons From Michael Jordan’s Personal Trainer To Crush It

By chirosushi In Chiropractic Success, Motivation

Tim S. Grover is world-renowned for his work with championship and Hall of Fame athletes and is an international authority on sports performance and motivation. Since 1989, he has been CEO of Attack Athletics, the legendary training philosophy that teaches excellence, commitment, and the concept of “don’t think” to elite athletes and business professionals around the world.

On Trying

“Fuck “try.” Trying is an open invitation to failure, just another way of saying, “If I fail, it’s not my fault, I tried.”

On Being Relentless

“Being relentless means demanding more of yourself than anyone else could ever demand of you, knowing that every time you stop, you can still do more. You must do more. I don’t care how good you think you are, or how great others think you are—you can improve, and you will. Being relentless means demanding more of yourself than anyone else could ever demand of you, knowing that every time you stop, you can still do more. You must do more. The minute your mind thinks, “Done,” your instincts say, “Next.”

On More

“Being the best means engineering your life so you never stop until you get what you want, and then you keep going until you get what’s next. And then you go for even more.”

On Greatness vs The Best

“Greatness makes you a legend; being the best makes you an icon. If you want to be great, deliver the unexpected. If you want to be the best, deliver a miracle.”

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On The Glass

“Don’t tell me the glass is half-full or half-empty; you either have something in that glass or you don’t.”

On Getting Even

“Do you truly want to get even with everyone, or do you really want to get ahead of them? Why stand next to anyone when you can push beyond them? In the game of basketball, you get around someone so you can get past them. Play this game the same way. You go for the win, you don’t settle for a tie.”

On Loving What You Do

“You don’t have to love it. You just have to believe it’s worth it in the end.”

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