By Marilyn Wilson
What’s the key to being the BEST at what you do? Natural talent helps, but the difference between a good athlete and a GREAT athlete is a CONSISTENT discipline. Olympic athletes train EVERY day, usually 2 or 3 times MORE than their peers. They do whatever it takes to get a competitive edge and they do it REGULARLY. Michael Phelps, 28 time Gold medalist is credited with training harder than any of his peers – 365 days per year for 6 years including holidays, weekends and even after swimming meets.