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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