S2E136 Competitive Excellence with Hugh McCutcheon
Championship results require championship behaviors. In this episode, Olympic coach Hugh McCutcheon shares a proven framework for competitive excellence that’s based on his decades of coaching experience and success.
YOU WILL LEARN:
· How rivalry can improve performance.
· Why competitive excellence matters in business.
· How to step up and compete.
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NOTEWORTHY QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE:
“We all want to win, but we can't all win all the time.” – Hugh McCutcheon
“Our opponent can draw from us performances that we can’t create ourselves.” – Hugh McCutcheon
“If you're going to be good, you’ve got to put the hay in the barn.” – Hugh McCutcheon
“You've got to be really clear about what matters most - what is going to help you to achieve the goal. And that's where you want to put your time and energy.” – Hugh McCutcheon
“If you're going to have the best chance of that good tomorrow, start by having a good today. Do the work, control the things you can, do your best to help those around you and learn and get better.”– Hugh McCutcheon
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