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Dealing With Performance Anxiety – Part 3

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What is not negotiable; only when is negotiable.

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Dealing With Performance Anxiety – Part 2

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In the last lesson we developed intellectual awareness about performance anxiety. Instead of focusing our attention on tricks or techniques to deal with performance anxiety, we shift to a place where no performance anxiety exists.

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Dealing With Performance Anxiety – Part 1

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One of the biggest distractions of our attention during climbing competitions or redpoint efforts is performance anxiety. If we love climbing, then why would we be anxious about performing?

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Don’t Expect Agreement

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How do we balance thinking we’re right, with staying receptive to learning? Knowing our values can help. All of us, however, don’t have the same values.

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Patience for Subtleties

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What’s the difference between a beginner and a master? Take a look at this T’ai Chi video. There’s something about how mastery looks that we recognize as mastery. What is it?

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The Power of Not Knowing

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It’s very uncomfortable not knowing what we should do. We shouldn’t equate not knowing with confusion.

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Life is not a Paradox

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The “road less traveled by” is dark, contains more unknowns, and is more difficult to follow. Its path is less defined because less people walk it. So, we need to find our own way along it.

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Practice isn’t Practice

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Life being difficult means work needs to be done.

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Flowing Up a Climb

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In the last lesson we used the metaphor of a river to understand motivation. Now, let’s look at climbing.

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A River Flows Through It

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Motivation is defined as a need, desire or condition of being eager to act or work. By developing the third freedom, the freedom to be our authentic self, we connect with intrinsic motivation.

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