• 3 Deadly Mental Mistakes Athletes Make That Cause Them To Lose Confidence and Fail

    Any guesses about why you can perform like a superstar one day, yet be totally mediocre the next? You got it. It’s because of your confidence. If you’re like most athletes, your confidence goes up and down like a yo-yo, yet you have no idea […]

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  • 3 Ways to Increase Your Mental Toughness in Sports

    Learn the 3 Reasons Why You Get So Nervous in Sport and How to Avoid Being the ‘Goat’ in Your Next Competition by Lisa Lane Brown Mental toughness in sports SEEMS like something you should have automatically because you are an athlete. In fact, pretty […]

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  • How To Create A Winning Self-Image for Mental Toughness in Sports

    Every athlete wants to win – but do you have a the kind of winning self-image that allows you to crush the competition? This article will give you two killers tips to developing a winning self-image in sport.

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  • The Secret Cause of Fear in Sport

    There’s a secret cause of fear in sport that no one will ever tell you. …they probably think you can’t handle it. But I KNOW you can. So here goes. The secret cause of fear in sport is learned helplessness. In ancient times, when a […]

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  • Stop Coddling Yourself And Break Through

    I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. Few athletes train hard enough to discover how good they could truly be. Most athletes are training at 60% capacity and think they are working too hard. But, a few actually GET what quality training is. […]

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  • How To Separate Yourself From The Pack

    Most athletes don’t really aim for the top because they think there is too much competition. So they set “achievable” goals. Problem is, there is a lot more competition for achievable goals than lofty ones. And of the few athletes who DO shoot for the […]

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  • The 10,000 Hour Rule For Success In Sport

    In Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell reveals why some people achieve extraordinary things. One undeniable factor is the 10,000 hour rule. Whether it’s Mozart, the Beatles, or Bill Gates, all extraordinary achievers put in a minimum of 10,000 hours developing their skills. And there are no exceptions. […]

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  • How To Stop Over-Thinking and Over-Analyzing

    I’ve said it over and over again. Athletes who struggle the most with their mental game tend to over-think and over-analyze. Analytical people are unusually smart, especially when it comes to solving problems. Unfortunately, this quality can get you into trouble in sport. Here’s the […]

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  • How To Defeat Negative Self-Talk In Sport

    When I was 15, my parents divorced. My mother moved 2,000 miles away and my father plunged into an intense affair with his new girlfriend. For the first nine months after the divorce, I did not cry. In fact, I did not think about the […]

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  • How To Be Bullet Proof To Criticism in Sport

    This is a true, if somewhat embarrassing story. Years ago I was in Finland for the World Championship in my sport, ringette. Two days before the final I wandered down to the restaurant where my teammates were. To my shock and horror, they were trash […]

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