Stop trying to be perfect

Nov 08, 2020

Trying to be perfect is only holding you back from GREATNESS. ๐Ÿ˜ณ

Here’s what trying to be perfect did to me. โคต๏ธ

I tried to be perfect when I was playing softball. If I was perfect, that would mean that I would be the best. That would mean that I would go to my dream school. Break records. The whole thang!

โฉ But, I wasn’t the best… (don’t get me wrong, I was definitely up there and doing well).

โฉ I didn’t go to my dream school… (again, it all works out how it should and I LOVE Northwestern).

โฉ I broke some records… probably could have broken more.

It wasn’t until I let go of being perfect. ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

You’re probably wondering what the heck that even means or looks like.

I’m going to be 100% honest with you on what this was like for me…

My senior year of college (my best year yet), I decided this…


This kind of sounds like I don’t care. But, it was the opposite.

This meant…

๐Ÿ‘ That I was going to finally trust the work I had put in MY WHOLE DANG LIFE.

๐Ÿ‘ That I was going to let go of the results and the outcomes.

๐Ÿ‘ That my batting average and my stats didn’t define who I was as a person.

๐Ÿ‘ That I was just going to go out there and lay it all out.

๐Ÿ‘ That I was going to actually have fun again.

When I stopped trying to be perfect, everything clicked.

The results started to fall right into my lap.

Like getting hits, more playing time, and having a freakin’ lot of fun doing it with my teammates.

Stop trying to be perfect. I dare you. ๐Ÿ‘Š

Keep on keepin’ on,


P.S. The Mini Camp is coming up at the end of November! The Mini Camp is a taste of what The Confident Athlete is all about. And if you were watching or reading this and you are wanting to stop being perfect and have better results, this will be SO GOOD FOR YOU!

Get your spot EARLY here! Limited spots available! ๐Ÿค— 

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