“6 Keys to Building a Championship Culture” It all starts at the top: Live the code that you put in place by practicing what you preach on a daily basis. I would rather see a sermon than hear a sermon. Caring about your athletes: Take a second and think…
Part 1 : Dedicated to explaining the Predator Mindset versus Prey Mindset and why that is the difference between success and failure in sports, school, and life.
Part 2 : The best mindset exercises that have been used by thousands of athletes across the country.
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WINNING MINDSET LACROSSE BLOG
How my softest kid got super tough – yours can too… Pete Jacobson has been a varsity HS coach for almost 20 years. He also works with coaches of all levels through WinSmarter to help them get better at what they do, have a greater impact and go home happy. Check out 10 Insanely Powerful…
1) Never be outworked. The only person you should be competing against is yourself. The most important question you can ask yourself is “Did I go all out or hold back”. 2) Avoid focusing on statistics. With the influx of technology and today’s social media platforms it is way to easy to get caught up…