- Focus on the process, not the product
- Adjust your perspective
- Practice ‘DOC’: “Do, Observe, Correct”
And above all, be in the moment:
When you develop a present-minded approach to every activity you are involved in, and like the flower, realize that whatever level you are performing, you are perfect at that point, you experience a tremendous relief from fictitious, self-imposed pressures and expectations that only slow your progress. At any point in the day when you notice you are feeling bored, impatient, rushed or disappointed with your performance level, realize that you have left the present moment in your activity.