Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book by Tim Grover


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What you won’t find in this book is a lot of garbage about “passion” and “inner drive.” I don’t have any feel-good strategies for dreamers who love to talk about “thinking outside the box.” There is no box. I’m going to show you how to stop thinking about how you’re going to think, and do something instead.

Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book by Tim Grover

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In these pages, you’ll hear a lot about champions such as Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant and Dwyane Wade, and many other successful people in and out of sports. But this isn’t a basketball book, and I’m not going to tell you how to be the next Michael Jordan. No one will ever be Michael Jordan, and Kobe and Dwyane will be the first to agree. Will you ever play basketball like any of those guys?

Probably not. Can you learn from their work ethic and relentless drive and uncompromising focus on their goals? Absolutely. Can you improve your chances of success by learning about others who succeeded, and those who didn’t? Of course. Success isn’t the same as talent. The world is full of incredibly talented people who never succeed at anything.

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They show up, do what they do, and if it doesn’t work out, they blame everyone else because they believe talent should be enough. It’s not. If you want to be truly successful, you can’t be content with “pretty good.” You need to find an extra gear. Look, I’m not a psychologist or a psychiatrist or a social worker.

I didn’t sit in a classroom for decades doing studies and collecting data to analyze and writing papers on the theories of excellence and elite performance. But I guarantee you that everything I know, everything in this book, comes from unlimited access to some of the most excellent and elite performers in the world.

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I understand how they think, how they learn, how they succeed and fail . . . what drives them to be relentless. It’s not all pretty, but it’s all true. Everything I’ve learned from them, everything I teach them, I’m sharing with you here. It’s not science. It’s raw animal instinct. Everything he does is to feed that addiction.

It’s not that he loves the process, he just loves that end result. I know you’ve absorbed a lifetime of advice about this: “Love what you do and you’ll never work a day in your life!” Or “Love what you do and the money will follow.” That might be true for some people, but not for a Cleaner.

The idea of “loving” what he does would mean he was content, and a Cleaner is never, ever, content. Cleaners understand they don’t have to love the work to be successful; they just have to be relentless about achieving it, and everything else in between is a diversion and a distraction from the ultimate prize. To an athlete, it means endless hours in the gym training and sweating and hurting. Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book

To a business owner, it’s the time away from home and family, sacrificing a personal life for professional gain. For the teacher, it might mean untold unpaid hours getting every student through four years of high school and into college. The result is all that matters. Eventually, though, all Cleaners have to walk away from their addiction before it completely consumes and destroys them.

A Cleaner is all about control, and as soon as he feels the addiction is controlling him and not the other way around, he’ll back off until he can regain control. That’s why you see highly charged athletes, coaches, CEOs, and other extremely intense and driven individuals step away once they become the best of the best; the pressure to go even higher becomes too consuming.

So they pull back, refocus, and usually return with a renewed appetite for even more. But here’s the good news, before you run away thinking you can’t possibly live your life this way: It’s not necessary— or even possible—to be a Cleaner in all aspects of your life. You don’t have to be relentless about everything, you don’t have to be the best at everything. Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book

You can’t be unstoppable in your career and your relationships and your other interests, because achieving excellence in any one of those areas requires you to say, “I don’t give a damn about anything else.” If you’re trying to be a Cleaner in business, you’ll probably sacrifice your personal relationships.

If you’re a Cleaner in sports, you likely won’t excel in business. If you want to be a Cleaner parent, your career will take a hit. Cleaners sacrifice the rest to get what they want the most. Most people stress about that. A Cleaner never does. You tell me your limit, and I’ll show you how much more you can do. The question is, what is that limit?

When Kobe suffered a broken nose and a concussion in the All-Star Game, he was insistent on playing in the Lakers’ next game. Why? He had to know how his body would respond to the trauma, and what he was capable of doing under those circumstances. Few people know what they’re truly able to accomplish, and even fewer want to find out. Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book

Can I push you beyond your limit and not break you? How far can you go, and are you willing to go there? You have to be with me 100 percent, not thinking about what you’re doing tonight or the bills you have to pay. Complete focus for complete results. When I get focused with a client, I’m watching everything: facial expressions, heart rate.

How he’s sweating, which leg is shaking, everything down to the smallest detail. Then I take all that information, process everything, and decide: Am I willing to push this a little bit further? Because if I do, his progress is going to double in half the time. But he has to be willing to deal with what I’m asking of him.

A lot of my work has involved bringing athletes back from serious injuries and surgeries, and I always tell a player that when I return him to the game, he won’t be the same as he was, he’ll be better. He has to be better. Because if he comes back just as he was when he got hurt, he’s probably going to get hurt again. Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book Download

So I make him do more than he’s ever done and push him harder than he’s ever worked, so he can be stronger and more powerful than he was before. But that fear component is a powerful obstacle, and often when we first get started, these guys are just scared to move. For the first time in their lives, they can’t rely on their physical abilities or control their own motion, and now they’re afraid of their own bodies.

It’s one of the biggest obstacles to recovery; they no longer want to move. And when you’re an athlete who doesn’t want to move, you lose your hunger and focus, especially when there’s a guaranteed contract with your name on it. Remember when you were a kid and an injury might have meant losing your spot on the team, so you fought like hell to come back to action?

You’d throw some dirt on it and get back in the game. Not the case at the pro level. But only the individual knows whether he’s ready. I don’t care what an X-ray or MRI says; if he’s not mentally ready, he’s not ready. When you become too focused on what’s going on around you, you lose touch with what’s going on deep inside you. Those are the guys who are perfect in practice, but blow it when it counts. Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book Download

They can’t find the Zone, they’re distracted by their own thought process, and they don’t trust themselves. They’re thinking about everything that can go wrong, thinking about what everyone else is doing, thinking instead of knowing, without a doubt, I got this. Michael was the master of not thinking. Before every game.

The Bulls’ coaching staff would have a team meeting, go over the game plan, talk about the opponent and what to expect. They’d hand out a sheet with plays, basic information, just something for the players to review. Michael would get up, grab the sheet, and go in the other room. Every time. He didn’t want to hear what everyone was supposed to do, he already knew it.

What are you going to teach him at that moment? Absolutely nothing. If there was something he needed to know, he knew it long before you did. He knew way in advance what he had to learn, and how to learn it; he sure as hell wasn’t going to wait for game time to find out. His mastery of the game was so flawless it didn’t matter what was coming at him, he was ready. Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book Download

Like all Cleaners, he didn’t study the competition, he made the competition study him. Other guys sat there analyzing and contemplating what might happen; he didn’t have to. He knew his skills and knowledge were so finely tuned that he could dominate any situation; he worked so long and hard that his body and mind reflexively knew what to do at all times.

With Michael, everything became automatic; he repeated those same movements over and over until he didn’t have to think about anything, he only had to let those instincts take over. No one knows that better than the coaches, who not only have to figure out the tribe but manage the chiefs as well. The good ones understand the dynamic: let your Cleaners do their thing.

Those who can’t give up that control eventually coach themselves out of a job. A Cleaner player needs a Cleaner coach because they’ll understand and respect what each other has to do. Cleaners never sell each other out, they just let the other guy take care of business. Phil understood what he had to do with Michael: You respect my job and I’ll respect yours. Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book Free

Run a couple of plays that I need you to run, and then have at it. Phil never sought relationships with his players, he just put them in situations where they could succeed, and he didn’t try to make people do what they couldn’t. He’s not an X-and-O guy, he’s all about total instinct and a gut feel for the game. He sees personalities and measures what they can do.

With Pat Riley, another Cleaner, it’s all about the end result; that’s why he’s been so successful. You have to do it his way, and if you don’t, he’s going to make you do it his way. For a while, there was a lot of buzz that if Erik Spoelstra couldn’t coach the Heat to a title, Riley would come down to the floor and take over the job himself.

The players were so fearful of that, they figured they’d better get it done for Spoelstra, who was merely tough, as opposed to Riley, who is a competitive juggernaut. Easier to deal with the apprentice than the master. I’ll give credit to the Coolers for this: they have the flexibility and willingness to rethink their decisions and change directions if you give them a reason. Relentless From Good to Great to Unstoppable PDF Book Free

A Cleaner will just tell you to fuck off. You can waste a lifetime sitting around overthinking possible ways to look at something. On one hand . . . but on the other hand . . . but then on this hand . . . Stop it, you only have two hands, and that’s already too many. One guy is telling you, “Think positive!” while someone else is saying, “I don’t mean to be negative, but . . .” I don’t believe in thinking positive or thinking negative.

Plenty of “experts” have made a lot of money taking a stand on this; good for them, but keep them away from my players. The positive thinkers want you to only visualize your success; the negative thinkers want you to focus on everything that could go wrong. Well, visualizing anything doesn’t make it a reality, and overthinking imaginary problems just generates fear and anxiety.

I want you armed with reflexes and instinct, not Xanax. You’ll never hear me say, “We have a problem.” We might have a situation that needs to be addressed, or an issue we have to resolve, but never a problem.

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