Develop Winning Habits

Although here in South Texas the climate is good for a couple more months, here are some things you may want to consider doing as the racing season starts to wind down:

  1. Assess your past season’s performance.
  2. Based on the past year, set new goals to aspire to.
  3. Start a game plan for possible performance upgrades & other improvement strategies.
  4. Organize the “stuff” you bring to your racing event – make it easier to get going – a posted list helps to avoid forgetting that one important item.
  5. Think about mental racing improvements, getting psychologically prepared.
  6. Make a plan for all the above, stick to it & get busy.
  7. Don’t procrastinate!

“Procrastination is the fear of success…  Because success is heavy, it carries a responsibility with it; it is much easier to procrastinate and live on the someday I’ll philosophy”.  David Waitley

I’ve moved one more step forward…here’s my new Racing Ready business card: - the real business card

I’m going to start getting busy handing these out at events I participate in as observer.  I’m sure you’d like one or 2.  If so, e-mail me your mailing address & I’ll snail mail you some!  Thanks…


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