Jim Fannin Show: Time For A Mental Diet?

If I asked you to sum up this week, what would be your response? Could you articulate the decisions you made on where to spend your time and energy and if those choices marched you toward well-defined goals? Or was your week scattered, haphazard or chaotic? How much time, money was wasted for you, your family, company or team?

Do you have too many unnecessary thoughts?
Isn’t it time for a mental diet?

This episode of The Jim Fannin Show is all about the “mental diet.” Just like a physical diet will only work if you cut the junk food AND replace those calories with healthy meals and plenty of water, cleaning up your mental diet may include dropping some bad habits and picking up new ones.

Previously on the show, I’ve covered the importance “no being the new yes.” In this episode, we dive deeper into how to order your life and thoughts for peak performance. Because talent, ability and drive don’t mean much if they’re covered up with stress, anxiety, sleeplessness and worry. Odds are, you need less activities to achieve more results, and I’m going to walk you through exactly how to achieve it.

In this episode you’ll learn:

• Why three massive upsets occurred in college football last weekend (Akron over Northwestern, North Texas over Arkansas, and Troy over Nebraska) and how you can apply the same tactics to your own life.

• What it took for new Amazon show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to win five Emmys in an increasingly crowded and competitive TV market. You’ll learn what it takes to get to the top, especially when the competition is ferocious.

• The amazing story of how two siblings were able to locate and buy back their father’s beloved Ford Mustang, which he’d sold 17 years prior to pay for family medical bills.

• What it took for singer John Legend to complete the “EGOT” (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony), which is considered the “Grand Slam of Entertainment” and has only been accomplished by 15 people in history.

I also answer a question from the Ask Jim Mailbag about the advantages and disadvantages of a team “coming from behind” at the end of the season just before play-offs. (send your questions and feedback to askjim@jimfannin.com)

Next….we stop by the Zone Café to check your overall performance mindset and send you out as a closer to have your best week ever!

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