Mental Conditioning with Scott Wimberly

May 13, 2018

Champion Process

The struggle, adversity, and victories are all part of the Champion’s process and we must embrace all of it.

I have never known a great person that has not been through some tough times. It’s not necessarily the adversity that makes you a Champion, the struggle exposes the greatness of a Champion. A Champion never tries to avoid the struggles and adverse situations. I have seen some that will embrace the tough times, but when success comes, they shrink away from it. Fear of success is not uncommon in many people. However as a Champion you have to embrace both the tough and good times. Be at your best at all times. Even your bad days can be good days when you learn from them. Be a learner all the time. Whatever the situation take what it is offering. A Champion must be aware what is the truth of the situation. Embrace the struggle, the adversity and the victories in life. Are you embracing them all?

April 9, 2018

End Results

If you play well and work your process, the end results will take care of themselves.

Focus on what you can do and let go of the rest. When you play one play at a time and keep it in the now; then you have an excellent chance of succeeding. You have no control of who wins and loses. You do have control of how you perform. No matter what you are doing, do what you do. Your responsibility is to do your best each play, each day, until the job is done. An unstoppable person isn’t concerned with the outcome because they know they will stay with it until they win. There is no quitting or giving up in a person that is relentless. A Champion keeps the process in their mind and keeps playing hard. When you’re faced with adversity, you keep working your process. When life is unfair and cruel you stay focused on what you do. There is no complaining, blaming and looking for a why out. You keep moving forward; doing work. Are you playing well and working your process today?

November 10, 2017

Daily Process

The secrets of success are hidden in the routines of our daily lives.

Your routines make up your process. What you do every day to be the best. The average will do follow the process some of the time. Maybe five days a week. The unstoppable follow the process every day. When I am asked; “What do you mean by everyday”? I mean everyday. Thats Monday through Sunday. It means holidays and birthdays. It means you follow the process when you feel like it and when you don’t. A Champion knows that feelings don’t factor in to being the relentless. When you only do something when you feel like it, then you will be average and drop out when it gets tough. It’s time to separate yourself from the rest of the crowd. Get your process simplified and do it everyday. Don’t let quit, give up or just get by ever come into your mind. Follow your plan to the tee. Make the necessary adjustments on the fly. Be the best at whatever you do. Be the Champion you were created to be. If you been knocked down by life and we all have, get back up today. Do you have a daily process?

September 9, 2017

Working Your Process

If you play well and work your process, the end results will take care of themselves.

Focus on what you can do and let go of the rest. When you play one play at a time and keep it in the now; then you have an excellent chance of succeeding. You have no control of who wins and loses. You do have control of how you perform. No matter what you are doing, do what you do. Your responsibility is to do your best each play, each day, until the job is done. An unstoppable person isn’t concerned with the outcome because they know they will stay with it until they win. There is no quitting or giving up in a person that is relentless. A Champion keeps the process in their mind and keeps playing hard. When you’re faced with adversity, you keep working your process. When life is unfair and cruel you stay focused on what you do. There is no complaining, blaming and looking for a why out. You keep moving forward; doing work. Are you playing well and working your process today?

June 10, 2017

Your Daily Process

The secrets of success are hidden in the routines of our daily lives.

Your routines make up your process. What you do every day to be the best. The average will do follow the process some of the time. Maybe five days a week. The unstoppable follow the process every day. When I am asked; “What do you mean by everyday”? I mean everyday. Thats Monday through Sunday. It means holidays and birthdays. It means you follow the process when you feel like it and when you don’t. A Champion knows that feelings don’t factor in to being the relentless. When you only do something when you feel like it, then you will be average and drop out when it gets tough. It’s time to separate yourself from the rest of the crowd. Get your process simplified and do it everyday. Don’t let quit, give up or just get by ever come into your mind. Follow your plan to the tee. Make the necessary adjustments on the fly. Be the best at whatever you do. Be the Champion you were created to be. If you been knocked down by life and we all have, get back up today. Do you have a daily process?

April 9, 2017

Your End Result

If you play well and work your process, the end results will take care of themselves.

Focus on what you can do and let go of the rest. When you play one play at a time and keep it in the now; then you have an excellent chance of succeeding. You have no control of who wins and loses. You do have control of how you perform. No matter what you are doing, do what you do. Your responsibility is to do your best each play, each day, until the job is done. An unstoppable person isn’t concerned with the outcome because they know they will stay with it until they win. There is no quitting or giving up in a person that is relentless. A Champion keeps the process in their mind and keeps playing hard. When you’re faced with adversity, you keep working your process. When life is unfair and cruel you stay focused on what you do. There is no complaining, blaming and looking for a why out. You keep moving forward; doing work. Are you playing well and working your process today?

October 9, 2016

The End Results

If you play well and work your process, the end results will take care of themselves.

Focus on what you can do and let go of the rest. When you play one play at a time and keep it in the now; then you have an excellent chance of succeeding. You have no control of who wins and loses. You do have control of how you perform. No matter what you are doing, do what you do. Your responsibility is to do your best each play, each day, until the job is done. An unstoppable person isn’t concerned with the outcome because they know they will stay with it until they win. There is no quitting or giving up in a person that is relentless. A Champion keeps the process in their mind and keeps playing hard. When you’re faced with adversity, you keep working your process. When life is unfair and cruel you stay focused on what you do. There is no complaining, blaming and looking for a why out. You keep moving forward; doing work. Are you playing well and working your process today?

April 9, 2016

Working Your Process

If you play well and work your process, the end results will take care of themselves.

Focus on what you can do and let go of the rest. When you play one play at a time and keep it in the now; then you have an excellent chance of succeeding. You have no control of who wins and loses. You do have control of how you perform. No matter what you are doing, do what you do. Your responsibility is to do your best each play, each day, until the job is done. An unstoppable person isn’t concerned with the outcome because they know they will stay with it until they win. There is no quitting or giving up in a person that is relentless. A Champion keeps the process in their mind and keeps playing hard. When you’re faced with adversity, you keep working your process. When life is unfair and cruel you stay focused on what you do. There is no complaining, blaming and looking for a why out. You keep moving forward; doing work. Are you playing well and working your process today?

December 10, 2015

Your Daily Processes

The secrets of success are hidden in the routines of our daily lives.

Your routines make up your process. What you do every day to be the best. The average will do follow the process some of the time. Maybe five days a week. The unstoppable follow the process every day. When I am asked; “What do you mean by everyday”? I mean everyday. Thats Monday through Sunday. It means holidays and birthdays. It means you follow the process when you feel like it and when you don’t. A Champion knows that feelings don’t factor in to being the relentless. When you only do something when you feel like it, then you will be average and drop out when it gets tough. It’s time to separate yourself from the rest of the crowd. Get your process simplified and do it everyday. Don’t let quit, give up or just get by ever come into your mind. Follow your plan to the tee. Make the necessary adjustments on the fly. Be the best at whatever you do. Be the Champion you were created to be. If you been knocked down by life and we all have, get back up today. Do you have a daily process?

October 9, 2015

Work Your Process

If you play well and work your process, the end results will take care of themselves.

Focus on what you can do and let go of the rest. When you play one play at a time and keep it in the now; then you have an excellent chance of succeeding. You have no control of who wins and loses. You do have control of how you perform. No matter what you are doing, do what you do. Your responsibility is to do your best each play, each day, until the job is done. An unstoppable person isn’t concerned with the outcome because they know they will stay with it until they win. There is no quitting or giving up in a person that is relentless. A Champion keeps the process in their mind and keeps playing hard. When you’re faced with adversity, you keep working your process. When life is unfair and cruel you stay focused on what you do. There is no complaining, blaming and looking for a why out. You keep moving forward; doing work. Are you playing well and working your process today?