Jan 30

“Anyone looking to be the best at whatever they do has to be obsessed with self-improvement”

– Adam Peaty

Our thoughts on this quote:

Adam Peaty knows what it takes to be the best at something. The Olympic 100m breaststroke champion and winner of five world titles, has already broken the world record for the 100m breaststroke four times. He’s now made more time gains in just over three years than all other athletes had managed in the previous nine.

Maybe not all of us are destined to become world champions, but we ought to become the champions of ourselves. And we achieve that by working consistently on our strengths and weaknesses.

Our advice: Focus more on strengthening your strengths, while accepting the weaknesses you can live with.

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