by Dana Cavalea October 10, 2018

Hey Team...

The MLB Playoffs are underway and man.. it is exciting...

Unfortunately, my team, the New York Yankees lost the other night... and it is sad to see sometimes how people speak about winning....

It is hard.

Really, really hard.

If you have coached, you know it.

If you have played, you know it.

If you have ever led any organization, you know it.

Winning is really, really hard. 

But, winning comes down to a few things...

1. Preparation
2. Momentum
3. Luck
4. Daily Execution

Keep it simple. 

This works for anything you are trying to win at. 

If you can make sure you are preparing each day with consistency.... execute daily, which will generate momentum... with a little luck... that is the key. 

But remember, there is a "luck" component to things... and with that said... winning is never guaranteed. The best do not always win, the worst to do not always lose.

That is the truth. 

But there is no substitute for daily work and preparation.

My advice to you is keep it simple: 

Execute your daily routine with confidence.



Click Here to listen to my audio on Winning Championships!



Dana Cavalea
Dana Cavalea

Dana Cavalea is the World Champion Director of Strength and Conditioning & Performance of the New York Yankees. Currently, he is a High Performance Speaker & Consultant to Pro Athletes, Entrepreneurs, Business Executives, and Workforces on lifestyle strategies to reduce stress, improve work/life integration, and most importantly improve daily performance /outcomes. Book Dana to Speak at your Company Event or Conference Today!

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