New Zealander William Trubridge has broken 18 world records in freediving. He says: “I told myself I was not just going to do my best – I would make success inevitable. That word, ‘inevitable’, shifted my whole thinking process.” Photo: Alex St. Jean New Zealander William Trubridge has broken 18 world records in freediving. He says: “I told myself I was not just going to do my best – I would make success inevitable. That word, ‘inevitable’, shifted my whole thinking process.” Photo: Alex St. Jean
New Zealander William Trubridge has broken 18 world records in freediving. He says: “I told myself I was not just going to do my best – I would make success inevitable. That word, ‘inevitable’, shifted my whole thinking process.” Photo: Alex St. Jean

MMA for the mind: six steps to leverage your subconscious and make success inevitable

  • Three-time triathlon champion Olivier Courret shares a six-step framework he thinks will leverage your subconscious mind
  • The Hong Kong-based Frenchman draws from a variety of psychological tactics which he describes as ‘mixed martial arts for the mind’

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New Zealander William Trubridge has broken 18 world records in freediving. He says: “I told myself I was not just going to do my best – I would make success inevitable. That word, ‘inevitable’, shifted my whole thinking process.” Photo: Alex St. Jean New Zealander William Trubridge has broken 18 world records in freediving. He says: “I told myself I was not just going to do my best – I would make success inevitable. That word, ‘inevitable’, shifted my whole thinking process.” Photo: Alex St. Jean
New Zealander William Trubridge has broken 18 world records in freediving. He says: “I told myself I was not just going to do my best – I would make success inevitable. That word, ‘inevitable’, shifted my whole thinking process.” Photo: Alex St. Jean
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