The #1 Ugly Mistake Athletes Make That
Cripples Their Performance
– And How To Avoid It

If you’re frustrated by your performance…and feel like no matter how many technique improvements, lessons or tips you try…how much coaching you get…or how hard you work in training and practice…

If after all your efforts you are STILL end up disappointed or even humiliated because you rarely perform your best in big games or competitions….

I’m here to tell you today that you are NOT alone, that it’s NOT your fault, and there IS a better way — one that will allow you to instantly and effortlessly build unshakable confidence, become a superstar athlete, and WIN – time after time.

It took one of the world’s most stubborn athletes to finally crack the code and uncover the effortless, winning mental toughness formula for every athlete.

This formula plus ten minutes from you before you compete will allow you to come up big and WIN consistently, time after time.

And it won’t take months, years, or even weeks to put yourself in the winner’s circle.

This discovery has zero to do with training harder or spending months or years trying to change your technique or skills.

It has nothing to do with strategy or conditioning or even coaching

Your past results don’t even matter…it’s just a ten-minute tweak to your mindset before you compete.

It’s a tweak that can make you so confident, aggressive, and sure of yourself out there that you amaze everyone who sees you (and silences your critics once and for all).

It’s a “Championship Mind Hack” that will get you 12x’s the results from your current skills.

It’s exactly like stepping into the mind of a superstar athlete like Michael Jordan, a Tiger Woods, or a Wayne Gretzky.

And it does not matter what age you are…your current fitness level does not matter…even what you eat does not matter.

Now you probably think I’m insane, saying, “A Ten Minute Tweak?”


Getting 12X’s the results out of your skills?

I’m sure you’re thinking, “Not possible!” or “This stuff does not exist!”

Athletes6Several years ago I would have been in your same camp.

And then…

I discovered IT.

My name is Lisa Lane Brown and I’m Canada’s top mental toughness coach to amateur, elite, National team, professional, and Olympic athletes.

I founded The Courage to Win organization, which currently serves over 36,208 online achievers in sport, helping them succeed in countries all over the world including England, Finland, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and many more.

I’m also an international author, speaker, and coach. In this article I will share critical information with you about how to perform flawlessly and WIN gold medals at will.

I’ll reveal to you how I unlocked the secret “back door entrance” to the most critical element of winning under pressure in sport….

You won’t find this stuff anywhere or hear about it anywhere else but here. But remember, the formula is very easy to understand…

No therapy…

No crying or feeling worse before you feel better…

No exhausting affirmations or journaling endlessly…

It takes ten minutes to implement and in some cases, less.

It’s so easy a child can do it (we actually teach it to children…)

What I will share with you will give you an advantage over every other athlete in your sport to the tune of 12X the results you are currently achieving…

Making you a true CHAMPION in your sport, feared by your rivals and adored by fans, coaches, and parents alike.

Ready? Let’s go…

Here is the ONE thing that is preventing you from delivering peak performance and WINNING whenever you want.

It is the #1 ugly mistake virtually every athlete is making to cripple his performance. The ugly mistake is this:

You don’t have enough CONSISTENT Confidence.

The sad truth is that no matter how much talent you have, how much training you do, or how hard you work, without consistent confidence, you will never climb the rankings, lead the league, get voted MVP, and WIN the gold medals you deserve.

In sport, it’s CONFIDENCE that wins the day.

It’s why Henry Ford said, “Whether you think you can do a thing, or you think you can’t, you’re right.”

This is not just common sense talking. The effect of confidence on sport performance is proven.

Case in point: way back in 1979, Soviet researchers started putting their world-class athletes into mental training programs that were designed to boost their confidence. In one study, they split the athletes into five groups:

Group 1 did 100 percent physical training
Group 2 did 75% physical training and 25% mental training
Group 3 did 50% physical training and 50% mental training
Group 4 did 25% physical training and 75% mental training

When the four groups were compared shortly before the 1980 Winter Games in Lake Placid, Group 4 had significantly greater improvement than Group 3, with Groups 2 and 1 following in that order.

Let me break this down for you: The athletes who were only training their physical skills 25% of the time out-performed the athletes who were training their physical skills 100% of the time! Their mental training gave them consistent confidence, which was all they needed to crush the competition.

And how about this amazing TRUE story?

For decades years it was considered physically IMPOSSIBLE for a human being to run a mile under 4 minutes. This belief was so widespread it became an intense block – a mental barrier for runners all over the world.

The world record back then for the mile was 4:01.4, set in 1945.

Then Roger Bannister set his goal to be the first man to run a mile in under 4 minutes after the 1952 Helsinki Olympics.

It’s really an unbelievable story, because as you can see from his photo, Roger is not the most athletic guy in the bunch.

On May 6th, 1954, the stage was set at Oxford. Roger was one of an impressive field of 12. The race broadcast live on BBC radio, unprecedented at the time. Before an estimated 3,000 spectators, Roger ran a mile in 3:59.4.

Roger used confidence to break the 4 minute mile, when NO ONE ELSE ON THE PLANET EVER DREAMED OF IT…

You might be saying Roger was just the fastest…that he just had the most stamina…that he just trained the hardest. Then how would you explain the fact that 16 other people broke the 4 minute mile right after he did, guys that were 10 seconds away from this time prior to Roger’s race?

How did Roger do it? He removed the mental block had imprisoned runners everywhere for decades and replaced it with CONFIDENCE.

See, Roger was studying to become a doctor when he set the goal. And when he thought about the four minute mile barrier rationally, he said, “It didn’t seem logical to me, as a doctor, that if you could run a mile in four minutes, one and a bit seconds, you couldn’t break four minutes.”

What Roger did was activate a BELIEF in himself that he could run a mile in under 4 minutes, which translated into confidence, and the rest is history.

Herein lies the main problem you have.

If you’re like 97% of athletes, you lack the consistent confidence needed to be a winning, superstar athlete.

Perhaps you never had much confidence to begin with…

Or maybe you struggle to translate “practice confidence” to “game confidence”…

Or perhaps you have yo-yo confidence, where your confidence swings up and down depending on what’s happening in your game, race, or match…

What this means is that no matter how much you improve your technique, how much great coaching you get, how intensely you train, or how fit you get, you are NOT performing even close to your potential and becoming the superstar athlete you should be.

Just think: the next time you collect a silver medal or finish low down on the rankings, you COULD HAVE crushed your event and been the envy of every other athlete there.

Please think about this logically for a moment.

How can you be aggressive, focus and concentrate, take risks, and persist when hit by setbacks…

…if you do NOT have total confidence and belief in yourself out there?

It’s like trying to drive a car with the emergency brake on. You’re pressing on the gas, but you’re hardly moving at all.

The ugly truth is, that’s what’s happening to you every time you lose your confidence. You are only achieving a tiny fraction of what you could be, and you certainly aren’t WINNING consistently.

Even worse, without consistent confidence, it’s virtually impossible to DEVELOP the superior skills of a superstar athlete in the first place – I’m talking about the kind of astonishing ability that leaves your opponents in dust (even when you’re having an ‘average’ day).

So here is your situation right now…

Every time you train or practice, you are only making tiny improvements and every time you compete, you are only performing at a fraction of your potential, because your lack of confidence is sabotaging your ability to go for it and be aggressive…to focus…to take smart risks…and to persist when the going gets tough.


Every time you underperform or lose, your confidence takes another hit.

So, this means it could take years for you to become a superstar athlete in your sport and you will never achieve the titles, rankings, playing time, and awards you could (not to mention the quiet satisfaction of knowing you are the best).

Even if you’re doing well, you could be doing better…

The good news is that I’ve seen tremendous results by showing my students a racially different approach to achieving greatness virtually overnight by making a few, simple adjustments to their confidence and mental toughness.

If you’d like a quick “cheat sheet” short cut to learning these confidence and mental toughness secrets, I’ve got great news for you.

You can learn how to be a winning, mentally tough athlete simply by downloading a copy of my FREE guide, “7 Amazing Mental Toughness Secrets of Champions.”

You will discover 7 practical methods for creating unshakable confidence before big events so you can perform your best and WIN under pressure. Get it FREE now by clicking on the Download Now button below:

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Your friend,
Lisa B.

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