• Optimistic

    In A Slump? Avoid This Deadly Mental Game Mistake

    For years I was messed up because I thought the way out of a slump was to think positively. by Lisa Lane Brown Everyone who knew something about sports psychology told me this – my coach, my friends, and even a couple of sports psychologists. […]

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  • HowToCalmYourNerves1

    How To Calm Your Nerves and CRUSH IT In Try Outs

    If you want to truly reach your potential in sport, eventually you will have to face being evaluated and judged. This Courage to Win article explains how to conquer this distractions so you can be mentally tough and shine in try outs.

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  • SpeakinginPublic2

    You Could Be Wrong About Speaking in Public

    If you want to turn the heat up on your career or business, I suggest you master the art of public speaking. This article exposes the myths that make you afraid of public speaking and explains how to enjoy taking the microphone in presentations and meetings.

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  • Coach Or Opponent Killing Your Confidence

    Teammate, Coach or Opponent Killing Your Confidence in Sport? Here’s What To Do

    If you want to reach the pinnacle of success in your sport, sooner or later you’re going to have to deal with toxic teammates, coaches, and opponents. This Courage to Win article will give you a fool-proof recipe for staying strong when there is toxic person in your competing environment.

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  • ThinkingAboutWinninginSport2

    Thinking About Winning in Sport Is NOT Jinxing Yourself

    Have you ever been confused about what to think before a major competition? Do you worry that thinking about winning will make you too nervous or actually jinx you? Read this Courage to Win article to discover the exact mental toughness training to do leading up to a big event.

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