07 Nov 213. Because I Said I Would | Mackey Live
When you start something new, the very novelty of it makes everything exciting. You’re curious and ready to see where this new activity can take you. But there will come a point when that stops. This is the point when motivation fades, and there’s a long slog to get through before habit makes this hard thing easy.
To honor your integrity, you have to do what you said you would do, even when it’s hard or the novelty has worn off. In this episode from a ruck in Cedar Hill, Mackey explores why doing what you said you would do is so important to yourself and to your athletes.
Key Takeaways: -Do what you say you are going to do. -Novelty and curiosity are not enough to create a habit because they will eventually fade. -Recognize that your athletes are watching your actions.
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