The winter sports seasons will be coming to an end over the next few weeks.
I have some very important questions to ask you.
First, did you reach your individual and team goals?
If you did, great. CONGRATULATIONS!
But, if you came up short of your individual and team goals, do you know why?
The easy answer would be “I didn’t play good enough.”
Yes, that’s probably true. But, do you know why you didn’t play “good enough?”
While the season is still fresh in your mind, take some time to reflect.
Evaluate where you need to focus your improvement efforts.
Make a plan.
I’ve created an essay to follow post-season guide for middle and high school athletes.
This post-season guide will help you identify:
- Why you didn’t get where you wanted to be; why you came up short of your desired goals.
- Clarify your vision for future success in your sport.
- Develop a plan to get from where you are to where you want to be.
- Identify your “Why”.
This is also what I call “Performance / Success 101.”
Sometimes I refer to it as “The Master Key to Success as an Athlete.”