Imagine yourself at the 1996 Olympics, in the water, swimming the final lap of the 100-meter breaststroke. This is the only time in your life that you will ever have to make it count like this. You’re completely tuned in to everything around you, and a few strokes away from beating the existing world mark. And then, when your hand touches the wall, you realize that you were not the winner, but instead losing the gold medal by less than a tenth of a second…

How does anyone cope with that—to be so close to victory, only to be handed defeat my the smallest of margins? It’s crushing. How does one reconcile and move on? Jeremy Linn gained some tremendous insights from the experience, and whether you’re seeking to improve your performance in the pool, or advance to the next stage of your career, it’s worth reading what he has to say. Click on the link below for the full article!

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