THE DAILY MIND RITUALS:

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With that in mind I’d like to now introduce you to the daily ritual I use to keep myself in good shape mentally.

The SCORE Technique:

Throughout the day I use two main techniques: SCORE monitoring and the Breath Release. The SCORE technique was created by Jim Fannie, one of the world’s finest high-performance coaches.

He has been refining this technique for over twenty-five years and I can vouch for its effectiveness. In a nutshell, it works like this.

Throughout the day, each time you are about to go into a meeting or perform a new task, take a few seconds to monitor yourself in the following areas.

Self-discipline.

Ask yourself whether you’re working toward your goals, doing what you know you should be doing in a disciplined manner concentration. Check whether you are focused and concentrating on the task at hand.

Optimism

Are you enthusiastic, energetic, and positive? Are you expecting things to go well?

Relaxation.

Check your tension: make sure you’re not too uptight, that you are calm and relaxed but not lethargic.

Enjoyment.

Monitor your enjoyment levels. Make sure you’re feeling good and appreciating the moment. Ensure that you’re choosing to have fun with whatever you’re doing.

         As you’ve probably worked out, the first letter of each of these words forms the word SCORE. It’s Fannie’s experience that when these five facets of your mind are in good shape, you are functioning mentally at a super level.

You are in that special mental space that athletes call “the zone.” It only takes a few moments to monitor yourself in these areas each time you move to a new task throughout the day, but in my experience it really works. Try the SCORE system for just one day and I’m sure you’ll agree that it keeps you sharp and positive.

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