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Author: Enio Sacilotto

FIND YOUR “WHY”–KNOW IT, THEN OWN IT, 2 Keys For Getting What You Want

By Enio Sacilotto, www.coachenio.com Do you want to have consistent focus, energy, persistence, and motivation to reach your goals and get what you want?  If your answer is yes, then you need to ask yourself “why”.  Why do I want to be an elite athlete, why do I want a University degree, why do I want to own my business…?  You need to practise self-awareness to find your “why”!  Why do you need to find your why?   When you take the time to think about and set your goals, you are primarily using the conscious part of your mind.  Then when you think about your…

Elias Pettersson strives to get better every day, here are your 6..

High level performers are always striving to do more and to get better every day, they always feel there is room for improvement.  In this video Vancouver Canucks budding super star Elias Pettersson discusses his get better mindset and the selflessness of his teammates. How does one get better every day?  The answer requires some work but is relatively simple, here is a 6 step approach: Step 1 – Make a list of the areas you want to improve, it can be a physical skill, mental skill, conditioning, lifestyle, school, etc. Step 2 – Prioritize to a maximum of 3…

Akil Thomas – A perfect roll model for all athletes

By Enio Sacilotto Congratulations to the players, staff and everyone at Hockey Canada for bringing home another gold medal at the 2020 World Jr Championship! One of the greatest roll-models for our young athletes of any sport that I have seen in a long time is Akil Thomas of Team Canada’s world junior team.   He is a second round, 51st overall, NHL draft pick of the Los Angeles Kings and captain the Niagara IceDogs (OHL) (he was traded after the WJ tournament to the Peterborough Petes).  Akil is a great teammate, player and a character person, he is a man…

99% commitment is hard, 100% is easy: 4 steps to make a 100% commitment

By Enio Sacilotto Jack Canfield, author of The Success Principles, famously wrote, “Successful people adhere to the ‘no exceptions rule’ when it comes to their daily disciplines. Once you make a 100-percent commitment to something, there are no exceptions.” A 99% commitment to something is very hard, a 100% commitment is easy. Here is why, when we are 99% committed to something we are faced with decisions, there is a grey area.  For example, you make a commitment to working out every day, and one of your friends calls you do something else, you tell yourself that you will miss this…

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