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May 26, 2020

511. “Expect everything & attach to nothing.”

511. “Expect everything & attach to nothing.”

Benjamin Hardy writes that one of the psychological keys to Kobe Bryant’s success was his refractory period.

Your refractory period is the amount of time it takes to emotionally recover & move on from an experience.

KB had a short memory. He took the shot and moved on to the next one.

The key to being psychologically flexible is to, “Expect everything & attach to nothing.”

You lower your expectations because you get lost in the process & accept what is.

...but not any more 😉💪

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