Now after we talked about approach. And as we move forward into performance, one of the most powerful things we can do is visualize.
Visualizing is really going to help us gain confidence, learn new skills, and really be able to commit when we get on this mound. There are a couple of different ways we can visualize and I want to talk about it for you. One is at home. So I’m sitting at home, I’m sitting in my bed, I’m visualizing myself coming in here, throwing strikes, letting it go, being successful.
Another way we can visualize and the way I’d like you to really start practicing is before we throw a pitch, every time, I get on the mound and I visualize what I want to happen before I do it. So before I even throw this ball, I’m visualizing myself being successful with it, having that go, having that commitment, having that approach. But most of all, I’m visualizing the ball hitting the glove exactly where I want it. So now, when I get here, I’m ready to go. I have already in my mind, I’ve already done it. I’ve already been successful. I’ve already had the feeling. I know what it’s like.
And here’s the key thing, is we’re coming from that place of feeling successful. So I’m getting ready to throw this pitch and I’m coming from that place of success. I’m not coming from the place of fear. I’m not coming from the place of “maybe”. I’m not coming from that place of tentative. I’m coming from the place of go, from the place of trust because I’ve already seen myself do it. Now it’s just the time to get on here and let it rip.
Thanks for watching, guys I really appreciate your watching. I hope you guys are integrating different approach, techniques and different things we’re talking about. I look forward to hearing your feedback and comments from the field.