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Strategy with Kristy: Jared Tendler om Mental Game of Poker 2

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Strategy with Kristy: Jared Tendler om Mental Game of Poker 2 0001

Pokerforfatteren og mentaltreneren Jared Tendler er tilbake hos Strategy with Kristy podcast for å snake om lanseringen av Mental Game of Poker 2. Det er en fortsettelse av hans suksessfulle første bok.

I podcasten snakker Tendler om dybde, et kapittel om målsetninger, Han sier at målsetning er veldig viktig når det kommer til forbedring og finne suksess innen poker, så vel innen livet også. Det å sette seg mål er en ferdighet og han snakker med vertinnen Kirsty Arnett om hvordan man skaper og når sine målsetninger.

Her er et utdrag av intervjuet:

"Goals are critical because they really narrow your focus. It defines where you are directing your motivation. If you don't have good goals, you're focus and motivation can kind of be all over the place. Part of this, too, is really understanding where things can go wrong. A lot of players look at setting a lot of results-oriented goals such as amount of money won, number of titles, a certain prop bet, or stepping up in stakes. All those are good things to set, but if you don't also set process-oriented goals, which is basically how you're actually going to achieve those goals, then those results goals kind of equate to a wish or a dream.

"Again, those are good things to have, but your ability to actually achieve those goals gets stronger if you back up and figure out exactly how you're going to get there. That's something that everyone does. They don't necessarily look at results goals and process goals fitting together. They tend to always be too process-oriented or too results-oriented."

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