I want to share with you a simple concept that will help you get good at anything. And you can apply this concept to all areas of your life, not just Jiu Jitsu.
So if you’re looking to lose weight, improve your take-downs, or learn a language, I got you covered.
In fact, this is one of the reasons I write to you so frequently.
You see, I’m very lexdysic (or dyslexic if you prefer) and I’ve struggled with reading and writing my whole life.
To give you an idea of how bad it was, my biggest fear at school was being asked to read aloud in front of the class. I’d stutter and stammer my way through a few lines before the teacher would take pity on me and asked someone else to take over.
And I frequently still get there, their, and they’re wrong.
Anyway, a short while ago I made the commitment to myself to improve my grammar, spelling and writing in general. These emails and the Performance Drilling eBook are a way for me to improve those skills.
Because of this continual practice, I’ve seen great improvements in my writing ability.
And that’s the secret to getting good at anything, you have to practice every day.
That doesn’t mean you need to practice for hours on end. In fact, that can often put you off doing it entirely. You want to make easy as possible to accomplish whatever it is you’re trying to improve.
For example, spend 15 mins after your regular training sessions stretching or drilling, do 100 press-ups a day, or spend 30 min drinking a coffee and writing an email.
So take a few moments today and think about the areas of your life you want to improve, then make a commitment to yourself to work on at least one of them every day.
Do that and I guarantee you can get good, really good at anything.