Habits of successful Olympians you can use to be more competitive at work


True innovators don't play by the same rules as everyone else; they introduce new concepts that lead to a whole new game altogether.

Training your mindset to attempt new techniques and explore possibilities.

The new approach is given a name-Fosbury Flop, butterflying, or flip-turning-and others can adopt it.

The flip-turn didn't see any major changes from 1936 until 2015, when Ryan Lochte attempted a new style of turning that would earn him multiple gold medals.

Develop a habit of seeking new approaches and looking past currently accepted solutions.