Should we follow our dreams, or set realistic goals? The Resonance
Performance Model suggests a way of turning those dreams in to reality.
Dreams (or daydreams, if you prefer) play an important role in sport
and life, providing a vision of the future to inspire, motivate and
even plan. Indeed, sport psychologists have long stressed this point.
As Bob Rotella, who has worked with some of the world's leading
golfer's says "a person with great dreams can achieve great things".
Isn't this obvious? Well, on one hand it is. Many of the greatest
athletes have expressed having a strong vision of what they wanted to
achieve, and stuck to the task of achieving it. This implies that if
you don't dare to dream, you probably won't achieve great things.
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