About Lisa Lane Brown
Hi, it’s Lisa B., and here’s a little about my background.
I got interested in mental toughness, confidence, and self-mastery years ago as an elite athlete. Back then I really struggled with extreme confidence swings when competing.
One week I felt invincible; the next, my confidence came crashing down. It really hurt me all the time.
I wanted to know: “What do high achievers know that I don’t?”
I went on a mission to find answers. I scoured self-help literature, did counseling, studied sports psychology, kept journals, set goals, listened to audio tapes, and attended self-improvement seminars. There was some remarkable material out there, but none of it provided a genuine antidote for fear.
In fact, many of these techniques (like positive thinking) were superficial, exhausting, and only allayed fear temporarily.
That’s when I realized that the self-help movement had some missing pieces…that some of the theories were incomplete. In fact, some of them were actually causing people to cripple their own confidence without even knowing it.
I started trying out some unusual ideas that went against traditional thinking.
Eventually, using mental toughness training, I overcame my demons in sport and scored the winning goals in three world championships. At this point, I knew I was onto some important ideas.
But simply using the Courage to Win® mental toughness strategies on me wasn’t enough. I wanted proof that other people could use them effectively too.
For the next 16 years, I worked with over 7,200 people in 1,300 seminars and one-on-one applied coaching sessions.
That’s when things really came together.
I was astonished to discover that whenever we are not winning in money, career, love, or sport we’re also making the same four mental errors:
1. Self-pity – we’re protesting in our mind that we have a problem. “I should NOT have to deal with this!”
2. Emotional suppression – we’re suppressing our fears about the problem (and intensifying them in the process). “I’m not afraid!”
3. Disowning desires – we’re pretending that winning is not important to us. “He didn’t call, but I realized he’s not the guy for me anyway.”
4. Pride – we’re refusing to admit we don’t have the skills needed to solve the problem. “I’ve got this.”
I realized there WAS a real antidote to fear, low confidence, and procrastination – and it lay in avoiding these four mental errors.
In my flagship program, The Courage to Win® ADVANCED 30 Day Training Program, I reveal a proven, three step formula that cures the root cause of fear, flooding you with confidence and transforming you in a person of action. If you are a sports athlete or coach, the program to start with is The Courage to Win in Sport: Perform Your Best Under Pressure.
Courage to Win® programs has received rave reviews from readers in over 17 countries across the globe. Entreprenuer.com called it a “straight to the problem guide, highly recommended.”
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