Hey guys, how are you?
How can we develop consistency in our routine of grind?
How exactly can we astonish ourselves with a solid approach that allows us to enjoy the routine of playing (being more and more stable/confident) and at the same time allow us to make great decisions?
I was hearing an interview of Cal Newport in a course called The Finisher's Formula (if you are like me who has the same chronic starting disease, haha, I strongly recommend the course) and the main thesis was that if you're doing a shallow work you won't be able to bring huge value to the world.
This thesis made me rethink my approach while I'm grind online MTTs and I recognize that, inspite the fact that I know a lot of strategy, I don't have a solid decision system.
So, I've started developing my decision making process and on the meanwhile a clear light of idea came through my head and I believe that it is the gateway to the consistency and, therefore, to great future results.
As every light is composed electromagnetic waves that one who came through me was made by eletrorobbinsmagnetic waves (haha).
Let me explain: tony always argue that if someone has better results than you is because the difference between your avaliation system and theirs.
So, what if we share our decision process and build an abundant, superior and consistent decision process?
What if a simple change in the sequence of the questions that we ask ourselves change dramatically the quality of our decisions?
What if during the process of sharing the structure of our behavior we transcend them into a greater version?
Based on that vision I invite you to dig deep and dare to know your best response to 3 questions:
When you're analyzing a situation on sitX what's important to you?
What you need to know to feel satisfied and make the betting decision (bet, check, fold, raise or call) on sitX?
Supposing that you're going to holidays and your friend will substitute you on the grind, if you have to draw a checklist/script that allow him make consistent decisions, how the script to play on sitX look likes?
*When: sitX is situation X. Here's a menu that make sense to me: open raise, facing oR, OTF as PFA and OTF as PFC *
I love a quote from Buddha that say "in the end only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived and how gracefully you let go of things that don't meant to you" and I dare to include a fourth element: how much you act on your dream, because "people are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don't believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and if they can't find them, make them.” (George B. Shaw)