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61. Put Everything You Have/Are on the Minimum that You Do - Giving the Best, from Ruiz, M. - IQ #14

You Optimize your Performances by Doing Your Best, Right? Speaking about the Appropriate 'Best' for E-W-S

Season 2, episode 61
19 min / Published

Giving your best 🚅 is super appreciated by Teammates, Coaches, and Society in general. But does this really mean? And what does one's best involve? Is it static? Is it malleable?

On this co-produced IQ episode, we dive in the intricacies of what it means to give our best in the activities we partake. In sports or otherwise. We pay attention to some issues connected with this big topic (that can touch on so many important elements to take in consideration!).

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Quote: "Always do your best. Your 'best' is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when you are healthy as opposed to sick. Under any circumstance, simply do your best, and you will avoid self-judgment, self-abuse, and regret." ~Don Miguel Ruiz

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This episode is part of the IQ series
'Insight Quotes'
EWS - Efficiently Work Sport
A podcast by Gonçalo Marques @EWS
Building Psychology for Optimization in Sports and Mental Health
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