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Choking happens because of the EGO's fear of failure.

Leaving your EGO outside of the field will boost your RESILIENCE!

Choking, often observed in high-pressure situations, is a phenomenon linked to the ego's fear of failure. The ego, driven by a desire to protect one's self-image and reputation, can become a hindrance when it comes to performing at one's best, particularly in challenging circumstances.

In competitive environments, whether it be in sports, business, or other fields, the fear of failure can lead to a heightened sense of self-consciousness. This self-consciousness, driven by the ego, can result in overthinking, anxiety, and ultimately, underperformance. It's as if the fear of falling short of expectations becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

To counteract this, the key is to leave your ego outside of the field. By doing so, you free yourself from the constraints of self-doubt and the paralyzing fear of failure. Instead, you open the door to a mindset focused on the task at hand, allowing your skills and capabilities to shine through without the interference of ego-driven concerns.

This practice not only enhances your performance but also contributes to the development of resilience. Resilience, in this context, is the ability to bounce back from setbacks, learn from failures, and maintain a positive mindset despite challenges. When the ego is set aside, resilience flourishes, enabling you to face difficulties with a clear mind and a determination to overcome obstacles.

In conclusion, recognizing and addressing the role of the ego in moments of pressure is crucial for personal growth and success. By leaving your ego outside the field, you create space for resilience to thrive, allowing you to face challenges with confidence and a focused mindset.

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