• AJ Garboski

Controlling the Controllable's

Mental Toughness is a huge aspect of Sport Psychology, but can also take a part in our daily lives. When we understand how to control the controllable's and not sweat the stuff that is out of control we really start to see results in performance and overall wellbeing in our lives.

I have focused on using my EAR on a daily basis whether it was thriving in success times or facing the darkest of days. When you look at situations where life takes you, sometimes the only thing you can do is control your Effort, Response and Attitude. When it is all said and done, you have to play with the cards you have been dealt and strive to be the very best you can be with your EAR.

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