Alan Stein, a leadership and basketball performance coach who’s worked with players like Kevin Durant and Steph Curry, did a TED talk on something I need to be better at―time and attention.
In the video, he explains how learning to be where your feet are can you help you become more present, productive, and successful.
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His beginning, about what he learned from watching a Kobe Bryant private workout, is great.
I recognize when someone is present and focused. I admire it in other people. In practice for myself, I’m terrible at it. Take ten minutes of your time to watch. I need to watch it about ten more times a day.