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CONTINUE YOUR TRAINING

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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DOING AND BEING

We live in a culture of productivity. Our identities are tied to and defined by what we’re doing and how we’re doing it. And this has led to a collective hustle for self-worth, driven by the non-conscious belief that if we do more, we’ll be more. And many don’t realize that there’s a difference between

CREATING A HIGH PERFORMANCE CULTURE

WHAT EXACTLY IS CULTURE? It’s anything and everything about a space, team, group, city or nation.  It’s how people treat each other, the hallway conversations, language used, eye contact and laughter shared. It’s always there and always having an impact, whether we’re aware of it or not.  The tiny lessons it teaches about potential, skill,
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GET THE GOOD SLEEP YOU DESERVE TONIGHT

Sleep is such an important element when discussing daily recovery and performing at your highest potential. There are many tangible and strategic ways to easily set yourself up for a good night’s sleep. And actually, it usually starts when you wake up. Take a look at our list below for some easy, simple tips ways
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WHAT DOES HIGH PERFORMANCE MEAN TO YOU?

This is not an easy question to answer and there is no universal, global consensus on who sets the standard for high performance. But they only hand out three medals at the Olympics. Was 4th place not one of the best in the world at their craft? Here at Compete to Create, we emphasize the
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WHAT IS GOOD SLEEP?

Let’s talk about the science and practice of good sleep (or sleep well, as we call it at Compete to Create). To get started, how many hours of sleep did you get last night? If you had to rate the quality of your sleep on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best, how
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UNDERSTANDING GOOD RECOVERY HABITS

The best thing that you can do to process today and prepare yourself for tomorrow is recover. The concept of recovery is an essential part of our mindset training here at Compete to Create. One of the primary ways that we help you to better recover mentally, outside of simply sharing information on why it
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THE GRIT FACTOR

Years ago, I pulled up YouTube and watched a TED Talk from Dr. Angela Duckworth, a psychology professor at Penn whose words piqued my curiosity that day. The topic? Grit. My response? Dr. Duckworth and I need to talk. Her TED Talk had — in a new way — put words to something we had
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HOW TO CREATE A PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY

First things first, ask yourself, “do I have a personal philosophy”. More than likely, you do– whether you can effectively articulate it yet, or not. We all have a personal philosophy, or a way about ourselves that gives us some degree of clarity and direction throughout our daily lives. Creating a personal philosophy, understanding how
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