• Abraham Lincoln once said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” The same principle applies to your summer workouts or even a general work-day. If you have an hour set aside to work on your game, take the first 10 minutes to create a plan to execute. Ten minutes of writing out a plan can have a HUGE effect on the quality & intensity of your workout.
  • Hard work does things for you. Smart work coupled with hard work does superior things for you. There will be a lot of messages regarding hard work all summer, and that’s important, but it’s smart work that will create improvement. Have a plan. Focus on not just doing a drill or a move, but executing that drill or move with great precision and detail.
  • Worry much less about taking 500 shots and worry much more on HOW you’re taking 100 shots.
  • Start w/ small changes in your habits. Make them sustainable. Turn your phone on silent before you go to bed. Replace soda, juice, or any sugar-filled drinks w/ water. Do one stretch for one minute before you go to bed. The main point being you don’t need to overhaul your life in one day. Start by making one or two small changes and keeping adding one or two small changes each week. Again, if repeated, it will add up over time.
  • Surround yourself with people who have the same vision and the same plan as you. If your current people aren’t on the same page as you, help bring them along or seek out people who have your same vision.