Sometimes, the unexpected happens. You might have a bad play or a bad day at work. It’s important to learn how to readjust and refocus when things don’t go the way you wanted them to. It’s also crucial to reevaluate the routines you have every once in a while and make sure they’re still working for you. Maybe you need to mix things up to get the most out of your day. This week, Tyler Johnson talks about how to educate, elevate, and rejuvenate your routines to live, work, and play to the max.
It starts with confidence in yourself, he says. By building off your core values, you can center yourself in strength and be able to jump right into the middle of opportunities — or compensate for setbacks — as they arise. With that confidence, you can approach situations with a good attitude, ready to learn, and put that knowledge into practice in your everyday life.
What You’ll Learn:
- Refocus after setbacks
- Be intentional and consistent in teaching moments
- Don’t expend energy in a wasteful way
- Create daily and weekly momentum
- Rejuvenate your routine
Sometimes, through our athletic journeys, we’re surrounded by coaches and teammates that help us … and then you get into the dynamic of the professional world and sometimes it’s hard to have those circles where people are really helping you build your confidence or pulling you in the right direction.Tyler Johnson
You’ve got to build that belief in yourself because you’re going to need the confidence before you have the experience.Tyler Johnson
For me, meditation, physical fitness, diet, and trying to cultivate healthy relationships with those I surround myself with is what, I think, allows me to have the aptitude and attitude to reach out and continue to serve others.Tyler Johnson
We tend to get stuck with these self-limiting beliefs — this fixed mindset that our capacity is capped.Jake Thompson
You can follow Tyler Johnson on Twitter and Instagram @elev8educ8, and on his blog at http://elevateeducaterejuvenate.blogspot.com/. You can also keep an eye out for his new podcast, launching in 2020.