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The Mental Side of Sports Performance Training

Male Gymnast | Sports Performance

When did you last work on the mental side of your sports performance training, if ever? Did you know? Mental training is just as important as physical training! Top athletes such as Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods,  Mary Lou Retton, among many others, have used mental training techniques to help improve their sports performance. How does […]

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When To Hire A Sports Mental Coach

Football player | Sports Mental Coach

What is a sports mental coach? Do you want to improve your athletic performance? Are your skills not up to par? Do you perform better in practice than in competition? Are you experiencing the yips, or some other mental obstacle?  If so, a sports mental coach can help. Mental training for athletes is the aspect of […]

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Get Into The Flow State Now

Runner | Flow State Benefits

Happiness and fulfillment in life are directly related to how we feel in any particular moment,  which  determines how well we live, and how well we can perform to our potential.  To maximize performance in business, sports or life, being in the flow state is ideal. What is the flow state? Have you even been […]

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3 Tips to Sustain Competitive Advantage

Baseball player | 3 ways competitive advantage can be sustained

Are you stuck in a rut? Whether or not you have a competitive advantage strategy in place, you may occasionally get off track and feel stuck.   For example, one of my clients, Richard, plays on an elite travel baseball team.  After we discussed what he wanted in his sport, we identified one of his key […]

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4 Competitive Advantage Strategies

Golfer | 4 competitive advantage strategies

Did you know? According to the International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health, athletes frequently state that the mental side of their sport is the most important aspect of their performance. Professional golfer Arnold Palmer said that golf is 90% psychological,and that “The total time spent by the golfer actually swinging and striking the […]

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How To Use Hypnosis For Anxiety

Hypnosis for anxiety

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18.1% of the population every year. The definition of anxiety is “a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an […]

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The Key To Freedom From Anxiousness

how to manage anxiety

Have you ever had the experience of feeling out of control, where your heart races, your breath shortens, and you feel absolutely panicked? Or, maybe, you just have this irritating, low-level anxiety that seems to be with you always. You can learn how to manage anxiety. This is the experience of being anxious. Many things […]

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A Systematic Strategy And Tools To Manage Workplace Stress

stress sabotages your performance.

Whether you are a sales person under pressure of a quota, a manager tasked with cutting costs or your job requires you to meet a never-ending series of deadlines, if you don’t manage the resulting daily stress and pressure, it can do serious damage to your health. Research consistently shows that 60% to 90% of […]

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