In a certain sense, we are all athletes. We have our arena where we want to become superstars. It might be sales, trading, transactions worth millions or writing books that will become bestsellers.
Unfortunately, it`s us that decide never to enter this arena at all. We are piling up countless “buts” and great reasons why we should stay exactly where we are and don`t take any risk by chasing our dreams. It`s us that are throwing our goals and dreams into drawers and letting them gather dust.
Once you`re adult, you have no coach who would push you to get off the couch, raise the bar and enrich your life. The great thing is that we all can take advantage of sport habits and rituals to become high performing athletes in every area of our life. We can build a better relationship; we can develop our career or start our own business.
After research and interviewing top class athletes and coaches, Marcin Klinkosz, reveals the most effective ways of adopting high-performance sport habits and rituals into everyday life. That included the habit of “self-push” that will help you start your task and guarantee a high level of motivation.
If you follow them, you will succeed like a champ. You will jump over your own bar: beat anxiety, lack of courage and low self-confidence. You`ll also receive a science-backed simple and powerful system to hack your productivity and become a true champion on your own arena.
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MARCIN KLINKOSZ is a writer, entrepreneur and former athlete & member of the Polish national team (high jump).
As a business coach, he helped many small and medium businesses to introduce sports efficiency into everyday routine and jump over the market and organizational circumstances to achieve extraordinary results.
His unique combination of sport, business and productivity techniques help people around the world to gain confidence, improve decision-making process, overcome fears and jump over their own Mount Everest.
Marcin`s greatest achievement is the life he’s built with his wife Agnes and their sons Michael and Jacob.