Improving Your Soccer Performance Through Abundant Thinking

Article provided by Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance

Once you realize that your mindset determines your current reality, you can get a glimpse of why some people succeed at life and others fail. If you love playing the game of soccer, but hate losing, then this can help. Create a new reality with abundant thinking!

That’s right. Your thought life may be why you aren’t a better player. Soccer and other sports are games where athletes must train and practice constantly. Imagine the whole team practicing every day. Why are some players much better than others?

This may be due to the fact that we listen to our inner voice and believe what it says. What is that voice saying to you? Listen carefully for a few days. Make some notes about what goes through your mind each moment. Are your thoughts and feelings more on the positive side? Or are you listening to a constant inner dialog about how you aren’t good enough?

What can you do to create abundance?

Reprogram yourself. Change your inner dialog. You’re the best player on the soccer team. You always win. You get medals for your performance. Creating the abundance mindset can change the game for you. You can go from being a mediocre player to being one of the best on the team.

The finest players in the game are confident in their abilities. They know they are winners. Once you conquer your fears and tame the way you think, your life and your sporting abilities will improve. You’ll begin to attract success. Nothing will be impossible to you.

Teacher Zhang Xinyue is an internationally renowned body-mind-spirit tutor. With a simple style, her book, Create Abundancev, published in 2012, reaches into the depths of people’s hearts and has ever since remained a best seller for body-mind-spirit cultivation. Living abroad, Teacher Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance is currently conducting a field of social research as she has done research worldwide.

Teacher Zhang Xinyue encourages every individual to grow through self-help. She hopes that every reader starts to practice being their own mentor and learns to transform awareness into wisdom autonomously.