Performance & Race Driving Tip
Speed Secret: The more you learn, the better you get; the better you get, the more you win. Focus on learning, and you’ll win more often.
What if you looked at every session you spend on a race track as simply a learning opportunity… what if you looked at your objective as being to learn, instead of “how fast can I go?” or “winning a race”? What if you focused entirely on learning?
Perhaps you would learn how to go faster, and that would make you happy. Perhaps by going faster, you would place better in the races you compete in.
So often, when we focus on our speed, our lap time, our race result, we don’t learn as much. Our focus is on the result, and not on the act that leads to the results – not on improving.
When you improve, it’s more likely you’ll get the result you want.
Think about that. Then focus on what you can learn. Make learning an objective.
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