Dr. Doug Chadwick is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point where he was a standout football player on Army’s nationally ranked team. He is currently the head of mental performance for the Colorado Rockies. In this podcast we talk about MPM strategies from combat and baseball that you can apply directly to your life.
Kris Goodman is a mental performance coach in the Tampa Bay Rays organization. Goodman was a stand out player at The University of Iowa where I had the privilege of working with him as the team’s mental performance consultant. “Goody” would go on to be selected by the Miami Marlins in the 2015 MLB draft. After his professional career, he went on to receive his masters in applied sport psychology at Minnesota State, Mankato. In this podcast, “Goody” shares how he has parlayed his mental performance experiences as a player into his passion and now his profession.
Keith Conlon is a business leader who first honed his mental performance skills on the baseball field, while playing at TCU and professionally. As President of Allie Beth Allman & Associates in Dallas, Texas he’s helped lead the Real Estate firm to record sales that surpassed over $2 billion in 2018 and again in 2020. Conlon, recently named named one of Dallas’ the Top 20 Under 40 professionals is a mental performance mastery (MPM) certified coach, husband, father of two and bring a unique perspective to mental performance having used his training for success both on the ball field and in the board room.
Jeremy Carey is the founder of Ironclad, a content company that makes films, series, and original content with the mission of challenging audiences to live a life of purpose and impact. Along with partnering with brands like UnderArmour, the Navy SEAL Foundation, Blackhawk, Garmin and dozens of others, Jeremy and his team at Ironclad they also produce original series and podcasts like this one, where audiences get insights into the lives of elite performers. Their motto: Defending freedom through content.
Jonathan Falcone has a resume that includes working on a garbage truck, an Ivy League championship as a lacrosse goalie at Yale, a Masters degree from Princeton, a stint on Wall Street, a career as a Naval Officer and a start-up founder. He’s a proud husband, father, a writer, musician and instructor at the Naval War College. To say Jonathan Falcone is a success could be the understatement of the century.
This is a video of my presentation at the 2020 College Golf Coaches Association and Women’s Golf Coaches Association annual convention. In this video I give you an an inside look into my experience as a college golf mental performance coach and breakdown how I teach and train the 10 Pillars of Mental Performance Mastery…
Todd Church, Head Girls Soccer Coach at Strongsville High School in Strongsville, Ohio found perfection in the Pandemic. Todd led his program to their 5th state championship in a remarkable 20-0 season. In this podcast we are joined by Church, Strongsville Athletic Director Denny Ziegler, MPM, the teams four senior captains and their top assistant coach who is also a father of one of the teams captains.
Dr. Barry Davis is the head baseball coach at Rider University where he has led the Broncos to two conference tournament championships, two regular season championships and has qualified for nine conference tournaments including 8 of the last 12 years. A member of the elite 900-wins in college baseball coaching club, six of his players have gone on to be selected in the Major League Baseball draft. A leader with a true growth mindset, Dr. Davis also holds a Master’s degree in Education and a Ph D. in Sports Leadership
No one has ever been through something like “this” before. Seasons just… over. High school and college athletic careers… ending. Not with a lost game or a championship, but with uncertainty with what the present and future will bring. And while I’d love to tell you “Here’s what you should do”… these are uncharted waters…
As a lifelong athlete myself, I’ve experienced firsthand what it’s like to feel like you’re capable of performing at a much higher level than you currently are. After a solid high school athletic career as a three sport standout athlete, I went to college on a baseball scholarship and fell flat on my face. Interestingly,…
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