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Today you will learn how to skyrocket your ability to win for yourself and your team by finally learning how to see yourself as a true winner in sport.
Skeptical? I would be too, if I hadn’t experienced it for myself first-hand.
Here’s what happened.
This year I experienced my first ever ‘scoring slump’, where I went six games in a row without scoring a goal. (For those you who don’t know me, my name is Lisa Lane Brown and I’m an athlete in the Canadian ice sport of ringette, similar to ice hockey).
It’s tough to admit, but my slump quite devastated me.
My teammates just laughed. “You can’t be seriously upset. Slumps are normal. You’re just spoiled. Get over it.”
Not helpful, right?
At the same time, the mental toughness training I was doing was not helping me much. This was a bit embarrassing since this is my day job!
Our next game was the final of our city championships. Before I knew it, we were in triple overtime, and my team passed me the ring. I looked up. A breakaway!
I had a breakaway on the net, and if I scored, we would WIN our city championship against our arch-rivals.
Piece of cake, right?
I raced to the net and took what I thought was a deadly, winning shot.
Nothing! Nada. Zilch. Zero.
The goalie made a save and stuffed me like a turkey at Thanksgiving.
I was horrified and dumbfounded.
What on earth was going on?
Not only was my slump now extended to seven games, I just had the PERFECT chance to score and win the game for my team…and blew it.
Fortunately, we won the game. But, I could not erase the image of this failure in my mind.
At first I pretended to myself that everything was fine. “I took a good shot and it was just bad luck.”
But somewhere inside me, I knew that this failure was NOT a fluke.
Maybe you can relate.
Have you ever done everything right on the surface, yet still things don’t feel right, and you manage to come up just a bit short? And, what’s worse, you can’t pin down what’s wrong?
I decided to come clean.
I dug down deep into my heart.
I finally realized that due to a series of events I won’t bore you with, my self-image as a game-winning sniper had been weakened this year.
To the naked eye, I was the same player, doing all the same things. But inside, I didn’t feel like a complete, take-no-prisoners winner who could dictate the outcome of a game.
For the next week, I tried a several methods specifically designed to create an image of myself in my mind as a talented, unstoppable, WINNER.
It worked like a charm. One week later, in our very next game, I scored three goals (something I had not done once all year), and the slump was officially dead.
Even more importantly, I felt like a winner on the inside.
And although my goal-scoring was back, I wasn’t desperate about it anymore. I could see that scoring goals was the icing. The cake was realizing that I was a valuable, worthwhile athlete – something I had lost sight of.
I’m telling you this story not in a vain attempt to impress you, but to demonstrate that…
So how do YOU develop a winning self-image?
How do you see and feel that you are a winner – talented and worthwhile – in virtually every situation?
Well…as you well know…most athletes have never been taught this…in fact, most athletes try not to think about their self-image. They just want their struggles to go away, and they want the goals and the wins to just happen.
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Frank van Lerven, 3rd Ranked Dutch 60+ Tennis PlayerLisa,
I played a practise (1 ½ hr) match with a promising Swiss 14 yr old at our club. He hits the ball hard, wants to become a professional etc etc. I have played him a few times. The last time was a year ago. He beat me then. And, of course, he gets better every year.
I decided to put my pre-match routine in practise, even though it was not a real match. Just to have the experience.
I played inspired, energized from the start.
I also had adopted a “winning” attude. To meet him blow-to-blow on velocity and aggression, come to the net when I could etc etc. Not to wait till he would start to make mistakes or mentally break down.
It was terrific. I played well from the start. But it got to 0-3 15-40. I hang in, kept believing and the tide started to turn. By 4-4 he started to change tactics (as he could not keep up with me at the back of the court!!), throwing balls in the air and so forth. I had the upperhand. I made mistakes too but on the deciding point (a running volley) to get me to 6-6 I played the volley with confidence (visualised before). It was then time. He rather did not want to play the tie break..
I felt great and the champion was fully there. My coach saw a bit, and said, he saw a “different me” on the court. One he always had know was there!
To me it felt Easter Sunday came today!!
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