It’s not about the results you’re achieving it’s about the commitment to the process, it’s about the person you are becoming through the process.
So the win or the loss is actually not about placings or scores. It is instead becomes about discipline, fortitude, grit, determination, bouncing back from hard days, focus, learning from mistakes, setting realistic goals and mindset.
In the driven and ambitious society that we live in, everything we do seems to be measured by the instant results.
No longer, are the days when we were taught to work hard, stay consistent and be patient, to reach some level of success now it seems those principles are slowly becoming obsolete. But I’m here to shed light on the importance of falling in love with the process and not just the results.
About doing the Mahi (work) and being patient through the process. It’s a lesson that might come off absurd at first, but I challenge you to give this idea a listen and apply it your routine to see what results you get along the way.
“I hated every minute of training, but I said. Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.”-