We get used to performing at a certain level each day. We get used to feeling a certain way. How we feel and how those around us feel becomes the norm for us. Just as sometimes our standards need a tune-up and changes need to be made to improve ourselves and our life, we also need to improve how we perform and our standards of how we perform.
If part of our daily performance is to be exhausted each morning, to experience pain each day, to feel unwell each day or to experience constant anxiety and stress, we need to look at how this impacts our day and our life.
If we felt better, we’re able to get more from ourselves and our body, how much more could we get from life and contribute to life? If we experienced and therefore expected a higher level of performance from ourselves, what could we achieve? What dreams and desires could you make happen?
Improved performance is vital for us all. From our intimate relationships to our family, to friends, to our work and career, to living with purpose, having improved performance is needed for us all. Whether that be tweaks that make a big difference or whether that be larger changes to be made, all of us can benefit in endless ways by improving our performance.