Why Tycoons and great hitters think alike
A great hitter thinks like a wealthy tycoon: BIG! What? You may say? Aren't we trained mostly to think in pieces? Shouldn't we think more along the lines of making contact and getting base hits?
This is what we as hitters are led to believe by our mentors, but it goes against the law of attraction which essentially states 'what you focus on begins to happen even through failing times.'
So if hitters continue to progress through their career thinking about making contact and hitting base hits, that's all that they may get along with the batting average and slugging percentage they deserve. You can hit a homerun with a base hit approach, but very rarely will it happen consistently if your not thinking about hitting extra base hits.
Tycoons have techniques and resources that help them think big and get better results. How they live their life and think gives them these access to these resources.
Hitters who think bigger and believe they deserve better than poor men's thinking eventually will find resources and techniques that will give them the tools to create more power.
Tycoons and great hitters like Ted Williams have trained their mind to think bigger. When little good things come their way; like a couple hundred bucks for a tycoon or a base hit by Ted Williams it kept them happy while they still pursued the big shot!. The key is to build your confidence level to the levels tycoons and great hitters think. This way the resources and techniques you need will come your way and you will find more of the little good things in life (like base hits) will come more often even though your now thinking more about the extra base hit and home runs. With this way of thinking and the right techniques, the baseball gods will reward you for having the guts to build yourself up to this way of thinking and not letting anybody else influence you other wise.
Mike "Hubie Magic" Huber Team Hitting Specialist and Confidence Trainer Author: Tapping into the Spirit of Ted Williams and the Ultimate Book on Mental Toughness and Confidence for Coaches and Athletes www.hubiemagic.com