In this Mental Performance Mastery (MPM) Podcast Episode, I explain how talent is over-rated and how life is a strategy game, not a talent game. As a society, we over emphasize the importance of talent and under play the importance of strategy. You can be, have, do anything you want with the right strategy. When you understand this concept and live this concept you stop making excuses and start making progress.
Bobby Witt Jr. “Junior” is one of the most exciting young athletes in the country, and was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2019 Major League Baseball draft. The Kansas City Royals inked him to the 3rd largest signing bonus in Major League Baseball history when they paid the 18 year old a $7.79 million dollar signing bonus. He then found himself on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Vitor “The Phenom” Belfort has dominated the mixed martial arts scene for over two decades and cemented his legacy as one of the greatest knockout artists the sport has ever seen, having faced off—and beaten—some of the most legendary names in the sport. He is a a former UFC Light Heavyweight and the UFC 12 Heavyweight Tournament champion top three all time in UFC finishes and still competing for world championships into his early 40’s.
Lyndsey Fry is a silver medalist with Team USA Women’s Ice Hockey Team at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Socci. She is also a Harvard Grad.
In this episode she shares the mental performance strategies she used to ascend to the top of women’s hockey and now in the entrepreneur world.
Today’s guest is a Pro Bowl receiver for the Denver Broncos. Before the NFL, Courtland Sutton was a breakout star at SMU, where he caught more than 30 touchdowns and racked up more than 3,200 receiving yards. He’s an electrifying player, who led all wide receivers in the NFL in broken tackles on receptions.
Taylor Dockins one of the most inspiring people you will ever meet. As a high school athlete she was one of the most dominate softball players and high school athletes in the country, winning the Gatorade National Player of the Year Award.
Since high school, Taylor has been battling a rare form of cancer, and she regularly undergoes chemotherapy treatments while also balancing life as an elite student athlete.
Rich “Ace” Franklin went from being a high school math teacher to a UFC World Champion MMA Fighter in one month. In this episode, Rich discusses the impact our work together made in his career and the exact mental performance strategies he used to help him compete at his best inside the octagon.
Megan Henry was a college field hockey star for American University, is an olympic hopeful and member of the Team USA Skeleton program, a Blood Clot Survivor & Awareness Promoter and US Army WCAP Soldier-Athlete. In this podcast she shares the mindset, routines and strategies she uses to make adversity her advantage. She shares how to use fear as fuel, how to create elite habits and routines and what it takes to succeed against the odds.
GO GREEN AND GET YOUR MIND RIGHT I hear coaches tell their athletes all the time to “get your mind right.” The University of Alabama Football used to have a chant they did before taking the field to “get your mind right.” But what does it actually mean to “get your mind right”? First, let’s…
Over the past few weeks, I’ve shared practical strategies and methods athletes can use to break through the barriers that hold them back, and to develop the confidence and mental toughness needed to consistently perform at a higher level. I’ve heard a ton of great feedback from the videos, articles, and social media posts covering…
In this video, I’m going to share with you the exact conversations, suggestions and direction I’ve shared with the coaches and athletes looking to me for answers during this difficult time. And you might be surprised to find that what I share will help you to feel and perform better—immediately. Control what you can control…
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