Thinking the right way – BYC

You must have self-belief if you going to achieve your goals. There is no point embarking on a mission unless you are one hundred per cent certain you can succeed. The mindsets you start off with will largely dictate whether you are going to fulfill your aspirations. So, if you keep telling yourself you can succeed then you probably stand a good chance of doing so. The converse is also very true.

The mindset of Believe You Can is crucial to delivering a winning performance, it’s where it all starts:

BYC thinking must manifest into the use of positive words and actions, these must be congruent with the goals you set.  If these two elements fall out of sync we can start to question whether we have what it takes to succeed. Keep repeating this phrase and after a while it will sink into your subconscious mind. The necessary activities needed, will then follow. Such mental programming will point you in the winning direction.  It also acts as the antidote for negative self-talk. There must be an extremely strong bond and level of connectivity between BYC and the goals you set for yourself!

The BYC philosophy should become integral to your everyday life. If as part of your career or profession you manage or lead teams of people, it is your responsibility to embed such a thought process. No successful team ever wins without start off thinking that it can!

It is often the case that new projects and initiatives need to get off to a flying start this means that high levels of motivation and energy are required to mobilise resources. Where team inputs are needed, firstly, ensure everyone knows where there are going and secondly ensure there is a collective belief that success is attainable. Teams that don’t engage with BYC will be at a serious disadvantage. Its starts with you! Foster the right climate to get the successful outcome.

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