Mental Toughness for Sports
At the higher levels of competition it's not who knows more, but who can perform under the pressure of the competition. At Olympic and World Championship levels most athletes athletic abilities are close to, if not, equal. The difference in winners and losers is the mental toughness they bring to the arena. Mental strategies for staying engaged and focused during the game. The old adage is, "it's 80% mental and 20% physical." If that is true, why do most athletes and coaches rely solely on athletic ability and physicality to win competitions?
Yes, the physical part is extremely important. If an athlete can perform the tasks of a sport, then they will be cut from the a team or eliminated early in a competition. But, when equally matched physically, mental toughness wins over talent, everytime!
But, that phrase alone is very vague. What exactly does it mean to be mentally tough and how do we get there? Read more...
New Dynamic Thought
Henry Hamblin wrote the first edition of "Dynamic Thought" in 1923. He dedicated his life to the study of the mind and how to tap the unlimited power within to achieve anything and everything one desires in life.
Now, for the first time, Hamblin's program has been revised for the 21st century. Nathan Nowak has taken his experiences with using "Dynamic Thought" and made additions and references for relevance in today's world. In addition to co-authoring this classic, Nowak has created a workbook to compliment the "New Dynamic Thought" program. Read more...
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