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Creating Your M.V.P. Process doesn’t happen by accident.
Usually after I cover with my clients the importance of having an MVP Process they usually ask,
“Coach P, how do I go about creating my MVP Process?”
Because creating your M.V.P. Process doesn’t happen by accident, in this series, we will cover the steps it takes to create an intentional M.V.P. Process.
STEP #1: IDENTIFY YOUR “MVP”
M = Mission
I define mission as the eulogy process or banquet process. “What do you want people to say about you at a banquet being held in your honor? or “What you want to be written on your tombstone?”. A great mission has NO FINISH LINE.
Live a life that impacts others to be the best version of themselves.
V = Vision
I define vision as what you want to achieve, get done, and have on your life resume.
For something to be a vision, it MUST HAVE CLEAR FINISH LINES.
I also set two types of visions:
#1 Helicopter visions for my life. In a helicopter you can see the landscape from above.
The big picture view. I want to look out into the future beyond 90 days.
#2 Windshield visions for what I want to accomplish this quarter (3 month period) and this day
(More on this in another article as I explain developing a “168 plan”).
- Live debt free.
- Go through Coach P’s online program.
- Travel to all 50 US States.
- Weigh 195 lbs. with 10% body fat.
- Run a 6-minute mile.
- Make $100K a year.
- Retire and live off interest at 50 years old.
P = Core Principles
I define core principles similar to how you might think of a set of core values or character traits.
These core principles define how you want to behave from moment-to-moment basis. You must define your core principles in your own words so that you bring more clarity to them.
You and I may both have the core principle of family or discipline and we could have completely different definitions.
Example: Discipline – Doing what I know I should do regardless of how I feel.
I HOPE YOU ENJOYED THE INTRO TO CREATING YOUR M.V.P. PROCESS – NOW LET’S CHAT!
Ed Padalecki, often called Coach P., is a mental performance coach who takes his experience coaching NFL players, professional baseball players, numerous D1 NCAA student athletes in baseball, golf, football into the business and leadership space.
- He believes that when it’s time to perform, competition is 90% mental and 10% physical
- Training the mind isn’t a magic pill that will win you championship after championship on the field or in the boardroom, but what it will do is allow you to release the greatness within you
- Goal achievement doesn’t happen by accident, it happens by intent
- The little things matter