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PostSubject: ACHIEVING PEAK PERFORMANCE   Sun Mar 30, 2008 12:07 pm

Achieving Peak Performance
By Alan Zimmerman

There will be times in your life when one string after another will snap. And you will go through circumstances that might tempt you to give up. But if you maintain a positive attitude, you wonít allow yourself give up.
Here are my top 4 ways to creating an unbeatable positive attitude thatís invincible to failure Ė No Matter What:

1. Stay calm.
When the tough times come into your business or into your life, itís easy to get angry, agitated, or scared. This wonít help you. In fact the more emotional you get, the less capable you become.
Instead, you must force yourself to remain calm. Not only will your calmness allow your mind to work, but it will also reinforce your own positive attitude. Itís a way of re-affirming that you can handle it.

2. Refuse to blame anyone or anything for your problems
Itís easy and natural to blame someone else. After all, your company, your boss, your parents, your friends, and your spouse might even deserve some blame. Nonetheless, a critical step in attitude development is refusing to blame. Even though it may be justified, don't do it.
The problem with blaming anyone or anything for your problems is that it doesn't work. It doesn't change anything. It doesn't make anything better. All blame can do is keep you stuck in a rut or make you spiteful. I guarantee this wonít turn you into a winner. Itís not going to help you achieve peak performance.

3. Focus on the positive.
There's always some good in a bad situation. And there's always some bad in a good situation. Itís the Yin Yang effect. So, what do you choose to focus on?
Perhaps youíve noticed. On a bad day, some people tend to count every irritation or inconvenience that occurs. They'll burst out with, "This is the third time today something like this has happened." Yet seldom on a good day do these people say, "This is the third time today something great has happened." Keeping track of the negative simply gives you a weak and defeated negative attitude.

If you want to achieve peak performance, you must focus on the positive side.

4. Refuse to use a loserís language.
The happiest, most successful peak performers whether in life, in sports or in business are those people who refuse to use a loserís language. They know that words precede results. They know if they talk like a loser, they'll end up losing. But they know if they refuse to acknowledge defeat, they cannot be defeated.

The Time to Develop a Positive Attitude is Today,
So You Can Achieve Peak Performance Tomorrow
Tough times will come. You may get knocked down at work or in life. But with the right attitude, using the four skills I just discussed, you can get back up. You can get back on track toward success. And you can reach optimal peak performance.

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