A lot of times I hear “that guy wanted it more than the other guy”.
Someone can want it “more” and have done all the
“right things” prior to competition but without execution they won’t win.
Sometimes we think that the wanting it and the desiring of something so strong
will somehow make it happen. The real key in competition is executing it in the
competition. All the preparation is in rehearsal to what you will do in the
actual event. If you don’t do it in the event it won’t happen. It doesn’t matter
how much you want it, how strong or well conditioned or even how technically
superior you are if you don’t actually go out and execute. You have to
understand this. It’s not who wants it most. It’s who can keep their
concentration and complete the necessary simple tasks under pressure. Desire and
wanting it certainly help and keep one motivated during the pressure and
adversity but if they stand alone they will eventually fall. Execution is king
in actual competition. If you want to be successful find more consistent ways to