Tennis Success, What’s The Secret?Nov 29, 2014
Tennis Success, What’s The Secret?
The secret is; that there is no secret for tennis success. I’m sure you have heard it before! But in all reality it is so true, I honestly believe it.
Most of the successful people in the world have 3 things in common and they are definitely not secrets. People succeed in life by doing 3 things;
1. They have passion. They know what they want! Generally their passion outweighs everything else. They work hard at achieving.
2. They learn their craft, they become masters at it. They do this by what I call “Beating on your craft” Relentless work ethic and the willingness to endure whatever it takes.
3. They stop for nothing. Failure is a temporary obstacle. They have the ability to get up, learn more, do it again, do it better. If they fail again, they fail better and eventually they succeed.
(Remember these 3 points when you are doing your Tennis fitness training or working out for tennis.)
People believe they need self-belief to make it….
You want to know how to get self-belief. Following these three points is a good place to start! Believing in yourself comes from, beating on your craft and not letting anything stop you, doing it with passion and being consistent. That’s when belief develops. No one is born with it! It definitely does not come before the hard work.
Have you ever heard someone say “Man that guy is so lucky, he was born into success, his family is loaded” that’s a load of rubbish in my opinion? Those people are not successful, they inherited the success, they are what I call “Privileged” and good luck to them and well done to the people who developed the success. If you are not one of the “Privileged” like me, you need to find your passion, beat on your craft and don’t let anything stop you! Don’t worry about what goes on around you, be consistently focused on your passion, then one day you will reach the heights you now dream about!
This is one of our favorite Quotes
“CHAMPIONS do not become champions on the court. They are merely RECOGNIZED on the court. They become champions in their DAILY ROUTINE. Players do not really decide their future. They decide the HABIT, then their HABITS DECIDE THEIR FUTURE”